Explore the Watershed May 21

Once a year opportunity to explore deep into watershed

Visit, explore, and absorb the dramatic wetlands of the Cedar River Watershed on an all-day guided van and hiking tour on Saturday May 21, 9 am –4 pm.

You will hike to some of the most spectacular and pristine wetland systems in the region, including a rare 80-acre fen (Eagle Ridge Meadow), the unusual 14 Lakes “kettle” wetland complex, and a forested bog in the Rock Creek basin.

Participants should bring a lunch, water, dress for the weather, wear sturdy walking shoes or rubber boots, and be prepared for challenging and uneven terrain.

To register: Call 206-233-1515 or email CRWprograms@seattle.gov.

Who: Adults (age 15+)

Where: Van tour starts at the Cedar River Watershed Education Center.

Cost: $15