Fun walks offered in Helena area
The Helena Community of Resource Educators (CORE) will host a series of educational walks this summer.
Groups involved with Helena CORE include Lewis and Clark Conservation District, Prickly Pear Land Trust, Helena Lewis and Clark National Forest, Helena Parks and Recreation, the Montana Discovery Foundation, Montana Audubon, Lake Helena Watershed Group and FWP’s Montana WILD.
A kick-off event is 5:30-7 p.m. June 2 at Montana WILD. CORE members will talk about the walks they will be leading. There will be activities for all, including bear spray demonstrations, gyotaku fish painting, a rolling rivers trailer, prizes and more.
Every Tuesday and Thursday, from June 14 to Aug. 18, one of the partner agencies will lead a one-hour outdoor educational walk in the Helena area. Walks begin at 6 p.m. and will focus on a natural resource topic, such as fire history, bear safety, water quality, geology, native plants and more. Locations will vary with each presentation.
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Attendance for the walks is limited to 20 people and signup will be open to the public 14 days before each event. Details on each walk and registration can be