Each tour follows a portion of Scotts Creek, a tributary of the Tuckasegee River. Participants will learn how to protect streams, keep them clean and healthy, and how to use them as a valuable resource.
Shoes appropriate for water — not flip-flops — are mandatory.
This is a hands-on learning experience for families and individuals, ending with an in-the-creek adventure.
Register at WATR office at 828.488.8418, or on-line at watrnc.wordpress.com/2012/07/25/adventure-hour-at-discovery-trails.