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June, 2019

Saturday
15
Put-in is at Bailey Road in Morris, Take-out at County Road 8 in Gilberstville
10:00 AM
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Come Canoe and Kayak the Butternut Creek with the BVA and OCCA
Sunday
23
Meet in Morris at the School Bus Barn (west street)
10:00 AM
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Join volunteers from the creek assessment and explore the wonders of the Butternut Valley as you take a guided hike on Calhoun Creek through the state forest.



10 a.m. to approximately 1 p.m.



Join volunteers from the creek assessment and explore the wonders of the Butternut Valley as you take a guided hike on Calhoun Creek through the state forest.



See old mill sites and gorges. Learn about the plants and rocks from a local Botanist and Geologist.



There are no trails so the hike is limited to those age 12 and older and requires good footing as the creek can be slippery.



Dress appropriately. Sturdy footwear that can get wet is advised as are lightweight long pants. Lightweight gloves and a long-sleeved shirt can help protect against thorn bushes. Walking sticks are recommended.



Participation is limited so please contact the BVA for registration and details.
OUR MISSION
The mission of the Butternut Valley Alliance is to protect and conserve the environmental qualities, farming, economic development and cultural heritage in the Butternut Creek watershed.

OUR VISION
To be an effective leader in the watershed by encouraging conservation and sustainable development.
CONTACT
230 Dockstader Rd
New Lisbon, NY 13415