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Walla Walla Wildflower Walk: Restored Pond and Meadow Habitat

Walla Walla subchapter: Meet on Whitman Campus in Walla Walla at Harper Joy Theater parking lot. Trips out of Dayton will meet at railroad ‘Depot’ in Dayton 50 minutes after Walla Walla time. Carpooling arrangements will be made at meeting places and times.  Return time is usually late afternoon. Bring walking stick, tick repellant, hat, lunch, water and a few dollars for driver. Dress appropriately in sturdy walking shoes or boots and, depending on terrain, long pants. Guests are welcome. Email contact/leader person if you have questions about difficulty, length or trailhead. General questions about the hikes can be directed to Darcy Dauble Unless otherwise noted, these hikes are mostly level and leisurely in pace.

Jim and Susan Swayne restored meadow and pond habitat - Leader: Darcy Dauble ( Join us for a view of the acreage developed by Jim and Susan to showcase restoration work including a pond. Jim and Susan are long time native plant advocates skilled in seed gathering, monitoring and growing of native plants.

Earlier Event: May 19
Wildflower Walk: Badger Mountain
Later Event: May 23
Wildflower Walk: Tiger Creek