Jan 5, 2013
This winter, the Environmental Resource Center will offer a series of tracking workshops centering on the winter world. Valley legend Ann Christensen will lay out some basics about tracks, then lead us on a snowshoe tracking adventure through the fields and woods north of Ketchum. Ann, who studied with famous tracker and author James Halfpenny, has been introducing valley residents to the secret stories left in the snow for decades. Open to all ages but no dogs – sorry! You’ll need your own snowshoes, water, and a lunch or snack. Please call to register, as space will be limited and Ann’s workshops are very popular. Other dates are January 19, February 2 and 16.
|Cost||$10 ERC member/ 15 non-member|
Meet at ERC Office
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