Downriver Runs and Walks

Walk it or run it! Just keep moving!

May
30
Mon
2022
Memorial Day Run @ Grosse Ile High School
May 30 @ 8:30 am
Memorial Day Run @ Grosse Ile High School | Grosse Ile Township | Michigan | United States
May 30, 2022 – Monday
8K, 5K run

 

A Grosse Ile tradition for over 30 years. Hosted by the Island Road Runners. One of the most scenic courses in S.E. Michigan. Courses: Both 8K & 5K are Certified, Flat & Fast, including picturesque East River Road, and beautiful neighborhoods.  QUALITY LONG SLEEVE T-SHIRTS Shirt sizes guaranteed to those registered by May 2nd.

Great goodie table!!!  Bib Chip scoring by Fairchild Sports Timing. Age Group Medals for 8K Run and 5K Run/Walk: Overall, Masters. Medals to top 3 in each age group, Male & Female. Male & Female Age Groups: 14 & Under; 15-19; 20-24; 25-29; 30-34; 35-39; 40-44; 45-49; 50-54; 55-59; 60-64; 65-69; 70-74; 75-79; 80 & Up.  Packet pick up and late registration available at Total Runner (15265 Dix-Toledo Rd) May 23-28.                                                                                                                                                          

8K Run & 5K Run/Walk: Pre-registration by mail or in person at Total Runner anytime through May 28th. $30 through Saturday, May 21st.  $35 May 23-28 at Total Runner; $40 Race day registration at Grosse Ile High School. LITTLE STARS ONE MILE FREE! NO SHIRT AND NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR LITTLE STARS 1 MILE

Click here for paper registration form.

Jun
4
Sat
2022
20th Annual Taylor Relay for Life @ Heritage Park
Jun 4 @ 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
20th Annual Taylor Relay for Life @ Heritage Park | Taylor | Michigan | United States

Check out the days schedule by clicking => Event Schedule

We’ll start our day at 10am by honoring survivors during our Opening Ceremony, we’ll cheer our survivors on as they take their annual victory lap, where they’ll walk to their complementary brunch! Survivors will also receive a goodie bag.

We are encouraging survivors to register prior to the event to ensure they will receive a t-shirt. Please register online at www.RelayForLife.org/DownriverTaylor or by calling  1.800.227.2345 and selecting option #2.

If you register online, you will receive an email from Will Enterprises 5-7 days after registering to redeem your shirt.

If you register by phone, you can ask them to mail you a shirt when you register. We will have a VERY LIMITED supply of shirts on hand at Relay.

 

Citizen Science Phenology Hikes
Jun 4 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Citizen Science Phenology Hikes @ Trenton | Michigan | United States
Interested in becoming a citizen scientist? Love being outdoors and observing nature? Have you ever heard of phenology?
Phenology, explained simply, is the study of things appearing. We study phenology in nature by observing when we first see things every year. When the first leaf opens, when the first monarch butterfly is seen, and when the acorns start to drop don’t seem like important pieces of information by themselves, but when combined with multiple years of the same data they can become an essential piece in understanding our local ecosystems. Observation skills may be the most important skill when studying phenology and is something people, and possibly some wildlife, have been doing for as long as they have been alive.
Traditional ecological knowledge about when different animals and plants are available to harvest during the year was knowledge gained through years of observations of when things first appeared. This type of knowledge is now no longer as widely known, but there are still many people who take the time to notice those little details. Today, data associated with when wildlife first appears is tied closely to the study of how modern climates are changing.
This January we will be starting a phenology program at Humbug Marsh and we’d love to have your help! At least once a month a ranger will be leading a hike with the focus of collecting phenology data and teaching nature observations skills. As the seasons change, so will the wildlife we’ll see and learn about, so each hike will be a different experience. But once a month isn’t nearly enough data, and that’s where you come in! We will empower anyone who wants to learn how they can be a citizen scientist and how to help us collect data every time they visit the refuge!
There is no expectation for anyone interested in being a part of the Phenology Hikes to have any previous science knowledge, we’re excited to learn together along the way!
The hikes are from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and are currently scheduled for the following dates:
January 8th, February 12th, March 5th, April 2nd, May 7th, June 4th, July 2nd, August 6th, September 3rd, October 1st, November 5th, and December 3rd. Please understand these dates may change if necessary.
Sign up for the hikes through this link so we can know how many to expect, walk ups are also allowed though.
https://www.eventbrite.com/…/phenology-citizen-science…
Jun
5
Sun
2022
Happy Soles 5K @ Taylor Heritage Park Sheridan Pavilion
Jun 5 @ 7:30 am
Happy Soles 5K @ Taylor Heritage Park Sheridan Pavilion | Taylor | Michigan | United States
Jun 5, 2022 – Sunday
5K run

 

In 2021, Happy Soles participants helped Fish and Loaves Community Food Pantry purchase enough food to distribute over 1.7 million pounds of food to 21,634 households. For all of those that laced up their sneakers in 2021, we can’t thank you enough for your support of the Fish and Loaves mission. But we need your help again this year!

The Challenges

1.  Happy Soles will be held at Taylor Heritage Park Sheridan Pavilion.   A new route will take the racers through the beautiful Heritage Park.    Our Racers can run, walk or bike the route.    If you are uncomfortable joining us for the event,  please feel free to once again participate virtually.   We appreciate your support.

2. We need a Tagline for Happy Soles 2022.   Please submit your tagline to happysoles5k@flcfp.org by May 1, 2022.    Tagline winner will be awarded an entry to the 2023 Happy Soles 5k.

3.     The final piece of the challenge comes in the form of fundraising! Registration for Happy Soles is $35 per person but this year, due to increased demand for food resources, we’re encouraging you to fundraise as you strive to hit your mileage goal. Within your dashboard, you have the ability to create a fundraising page to track your efforts and share them with friends and family using your own social and email channels. Help motivate them to join you in the miles or in fundraising for your goal!

100% of ALL proceeds will help Fish & Loaves purchase food for households in 2022.

The first 300 participants will receive a Happy Soles Medal.

REGISTER BY MAY 18TH TO GUARANTEE A T SHIRT 

*Event t-shirts run big, so plan accordingly when you register.

T-shirts and Medals will be handed out on Sunday, June 5, 2022 at the race.

Jun
18
Sat
2022
Riverview Summit Run Adults 5k – Kids 1 Mile @ Young Patriots Park
Jun 18 @ 9:00 am – 11:30 am
Riverview Summit Run Adults 5k - Kids 1 Mile @ Young Patriots Park | Riverview | Michigan | United States

June 18, 2022 – Riverview Summit Run

Kids 1 Mile Fun Run starts at 9 am

Adults 5k Run starts at 10 am

For more info and to register, please follow this link https://runsignup.com/Race/MI/Riverview/SummitRun for either run

 

Jun
25
Sat
2022
Trenton Summerfest Half Marathon, 8K and 5K @ Elizabeth Park
Jun 25 – Jun 26 all-day
Trenton Summerfest Half Marathon, 8K and 5K @ Elizabeth Park | Trenton | Michigan | United States
Jun 25, 2022 – Saturday
8K, 5K run

We have something new and fun for our 2022 event, a Half Marathon! With an early summer start for the half marathon athletes will get a chance to race early and beat the heat!  We will also have a 5K and 8K that starts a bit later for athletes looking for a beautiful and fun course, but are not quite ready for 13.1 miles of fun! This race will have a unique course, awesome awards, well stocked aid stations and great support! Get ready to run through gorgeous Elizabeth Park and downtown Trenton on this PR course!  It will also have a festival atmosphere with the race being held in conjunction with the Trenton Summer Festival!  This race will be part of the Trivium Mega Medal Series. This race’s finisher medal, along with 4 others, will create on giant medal!

Jun
26
Sun
2022
Motor City Triathlon
Jun 26 @ 7:30 am
Motor City Triathlon @ Detroit | Michigan | United States

Sunday, June 26, 2022
*7:30 a.m.

Belle Isle,
Detroit, MI 48209

*Follow the 3 Disciplines Event Parking signs once on the island

 

Michigan’s newest state park, Belle Isle sets the scene for arguably the fastest triathlon course in the entire country. If you’re looking for a PR, this is the place to do it!

Both Motor City and the Michigan Championship will use the exact same venue and courses.  For Motor City we will always follow 2 weeks after the Grand Prix ensuring the island is clean and the Grand Prix production has vacated.   The new home for the event is  Shelter 1 area, which is located directly behind the flower clock / flag pole when you come on the island.

You will again have a dedicated closed Bike lane and vehicle lane for the bike portion of the event as well as a lane for the run course making this a closed course for your PR.  Moving to a 7:30 a.m. start time will get the majority of athletes off the island road before the park gets busy.   With the backdrop of the Motor City skyline on the west side and Windsor Ontario Canada on the east side this is truly a perfect multi-sport venue.

Jul
2
Sat
2022
Citizen Science Phenology Hikes
Jul 2 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Citizen Science Phenology Hikes @ Trenton | Michigan | United States
Interested in becoming a citizen scientist? Love being outdoors and observing nature? Have you ever heard of phenology?
Phenology, explained simply, is the study of things appearing. We study phenology in nature by observing when we first see things every year. When the first leaf opens, when the first monarch butterfly is seen, and when the acorns start to drop don’t seem like important pieces of information by themselves, but when combined with multiple years of the same data they can become an essential piece in understanding our local ecosystems. Observation skills may be the most important skill when studying phenology and is something people, and possibly some wildlife, have been doing for as long as they have been alive.
Traditional ecological knowledge about when different animals and plants are available to harvest during the year was knowledge gained through years of observations of when things first appeared. This type of knowledge is now no longer as widely known, but there are still many people who take the time to notice those little details. Today, data associated with when wildlife first appears is tied closely to the study of how modern climates are changing.
This January we will be starting a phenology program at Humbug Marsh and we’d love to have your help! At least once a month a ranger will be leading a hike with the focus of collecting phenology data and teaching nature observations skills. As the seasons change, so will the wildlife we’ll see and learn about, so each hike will be a different experience. But once a month isn’t nearly enough data, and that’s where you come in! We will empower anyone who wants to learn how they can be a citizen scientist and how to help us collect data every time they visit the refuge!
There is no expectation for anyone interested in being a part of the Phenology Hikes to have any previous science knowledge, we’re excited to learn together along the way!
The hikes are from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and are currently scheduled for the following dates:
January 8th, February 12th, March 5th, April 2nd, May 7th, June 4th, July 2nd, August 6th, September 3rd, October 1st, November 5th, and December 3rd. Please understand these dates may change if necessary.
Sign up for the hikes through this link so we can know how many to expect, walk ups are also allowed though.
https://www.eventbrite.com/…/phenology-citizen-science…
Jul
30
Sat
2022
Running To Honor 5K @ Heritage Park
Jul 30 @ 7:30 am
Running To Honor 5K @ Heritage Park | Taylor | Michigan | United States

The Running To Honor 5K is a timed, family friendly walk (or run) focused on keeping the memory of our Fallen Soldiers & Veterans alive and reminding others that Freedom is never free.

Race Date: Saturday, July 30, 2022
Race Location: Taylor, MI

About The Race
The Running To Honor 5K is a timed, family friendly walk (or run) focused on keeping the memory of our Fallen Soldiers & Veterans alive and reminding others that Freedom is never free. The event will take place on Saturday, July 30th, 2022 inside Heritage Park located at 12111 Pardee Rd, Taylor, MI 48180. The start time of the 5K & 1 Mile-ish walk (or run) is 8:00 AM in front of the Sheridan Pavilion. The Kids .5K will start at 7:30 AM.

Aug
6
Sat
2022
Citizen Science Phenology Hikes
Aug 6 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Citizen Science Phenology Hikes @ Trenton | Michigan | United States
Interested in becoming a citizen scientist? Love being outdoors and observing nature? Have you ever heard of phenology?
Phenology, explained simply, is the study of things appearing. We study phenology in nature by observing when we first see things every year. When the first leaf opens, when the first monarch butterfly is seen, and when the acorns start to drop don’t seem like important pieces of information by themselves, but when combined with multiple years of the same data they can become an essential piece in understanding our local ecosystems. Observation skills may be the most important skill when studying phenology and is something people, and possibly some wildlife, have been doing for as long as they have been alive.
Traditional ecological knowledge about when different animals and plants are available to harvest during the year was knowledge gained through years of observations of when things first appeared. This type of knowledge is now no longer as widely known, but there are still many people who take the time to notice those little details. Today, data associated with when wildlife first appears is tied closely to the study of how modern climates are changing.
This January we will be starting a phenology program at Humbug Marsh and we’d love to have your help! At least once a month a ranger will be leading a hike with the focus of collecting phenology data and teaching nature observations skills. As the seasons change, so will the wildlife we’ll see and learn about, so each hike will be a different experience. But once a month isn’t nearly enough data, and that’s where you come in! We will empower anyone who wants to learn how they can be a citizen scientist and how to help us collect data every time they visit the refuge!
There is no expectation for anyone interested in being a part of the Phenology Hikes to have any previous science knowledge, we’re excited to learn together along the way!
The hikes are from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and are currently scheduled for the following dates:
January 8th, February 12th, March 5th, April 2nd, May 7th, June 4th, July 2nd, August 6th, September 3rd, October 1st, November 5th, and December 3rd. Please understand these dates may change if necessary.
Sign up for the hikes through this link so we can know how many to expect, walk ups are also allowed though.
https://www.eventbrite.com/…/phenology-citizen-science…
Aug
7
Sun
2022
Dearborn Decades 5K @ Ford Field Park Dearborn
Aug 7 @ 8:00 am
Dearborn Decades 5K @ Ford Field Park Dearborn | Dearborn | Michigan | United States
Aug 7, 2022 – Sunday
5K run
Virtual Option
Ford Field Park Dearborn
500 Brady Street
Dearborn , MI 48124

 

We are excited to once again be hosting our 5K in Dearborn and this race is going to be “All that and a Bag of Chips” as we celebrate the 90s! Each year we theme the race after a decade and since the 90s won last year, its going to be a 90s year. BOOYAH!  This is a great mid summer race for all of our racers getting ready for their A race in the fall, and for the casual runner looking for a fun 5K course!   Our fast and fun USATF Certified Course will give you a great shot at your PR.

 

Sep
3
Sat
2022
Citizen Science Phenology Hikes
Sep 3 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Citizen Science Phenology Hikes @ Trenton | Michigan | United States
Interested in becoming a citizen scientist? Love being outdoors and observing nature? Have you ever heard of phenology?
Phenology, explained simply, is the study of things appearing. We study phenology in nature by observing when we first see things every year. When the first leaf opens, when the first monarch butterfly is seen, and when the acorns start to drop don’t seem like important pieces of information by themselves, but when combined with multiple years of the same data they can become an essential piece in understanding our local ecosystems. Observation skills may be the most important skill when studying phenology and is something people, and possibly some wildlife, have been doing for as long as they have been alive.
Traditional ecological knowledge about when different animals and plants are available to harvest during the year was knowledge gained through years of observations of when things first appeared. This type of knowledge is now no longer as widely known, but there are still many people who take the time to notice those little details. Today, data associated with when wildlife first appears is tied closely to the study of how modern climates are changing.
This January we will be starting a phenology program at Humbug Marsh and we’d love to have your help! At least once a month a ranger will be leading a hike with the focus of collecting phenology data and teaching nature observations skills. As the seasons change, so will the wildlife we’ll see and learn about, so each hike will be a different experience. But once a month isn’t nearly enough data, and that’s where you come in! We will empower anyone who wants to learn how they can be a citizen scientist and how to help us collect data every time they visit the refuge!
There is no expectation for anyone interested in being a part of the Phenology Hikes to have any previous science knowledge, we’re excited to learn together along the way!
The hikes are from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and are currently scheduled for the following dates:
January 8th, February 12th, March 5th, April 2nd, May 7th, June 4th, July 2nd, August 6th, September 3rd, October 1st, November 5th, and December 3rd. Please understand these dates may change if necessary.
Sign up for the hikes through this link so we can know how many to expect, walk ups are also allowed though.
https://www.eventbrite.com/…/phenology-citizen-science…
Sep
11
Sun
2022
Head for the Cure 5K – Detroit @ Belle Isle State Park
Sep 11 @ 9:00 am
Head for the Cure 5K - Detroit @ Belle Isle State Park | Detroit | Michigan | United States
Sep 11, 2022 – Sunday
5K run | kids run

 

9th Annual Head for the Cure 5K – Detroit

Sunday, September 11th, 2022 at 9 am | Belle Isle

 

Sep
18
Sun
2022
Women Run the D Half Marathon
Sep 18 @ 8:00 am
Women Run the D Half Marathon @ Detroit | Michigan | United States

Sunday, September 18, 2022

AMERICAN HOME FITNESS WOMEN RUN THE D
HALF MARATHON • 10K • 5K • HANDCYCLE
8:00 AM EDT Belle Isle State Park, Sunset Dr, Detroit, MI 48207

WOMEN RUN THE D HALF MARATHON • 10K • 5K
Women Run the D organized by Epic Races on Belle Isle
Happy finishers at Women Run the D on Belle Isle
We have returned to racing!

The mission of Epic Races is to professionally manage safe, fun, and rewarding multi-sport and endurance events that appeal to beginner through elite athletes, raise money and awareness for important causes, and make each participant feel like a champion.

To keep you all safe, we follow the most up-to-date health and safety guidelines for the state of Michigan. You can find them here.

The American Home Fitness Women Run the D event is Detroit’s premier women’s running event, supporting various women’s charities. We will offer both live and virtual events this year. The 5K, 10K, and half-marathon live events all take place together at the beautiful Belle Isle State Park and the virtual events can take place wherever you choose.

Deferrals and Transfers
We offer a liberal transfer and deferral policy. You may defer your race entry to the following year up until 3 weeks before race day. You may transfer your race to another person up until race morning. See instructions on how to do this and more about our policies in our FAQs.

Oct
1
Sat
2022
Citizen Science Phenology Hikes
Oct 1 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Citizen Science Phenology Hikes @ Trenton | Michigan | United States
Interested in becoming a citizen scientist? Love being outdoors and observing nature? Have you ever heard of phenology?
Phenology, explained simply, is the study of things appearing. We study phenology in nature by observing when we first see things every year. When the first leaf opens, when the first monarch butterfly is seen, and when the acorns start to drop don’t seem like important pieces of information by themselves, but when combined with multiple years of the same data they can become an essential piece in understanding our local ecosystems. Observation skills may be the most important skill when studying phenology and is something people, and possibly some wildlife, have been doing for as long as they have been alive.
Traditional ecological knowledge about when different animals and plants are available to harvest during the year was knowledge gained through years of observations of when things first appeared. This type of knowledge is now no longer as widely known, but there are still many people who take the time to notice those little details. Today, data associated with when wildlife first appears is tied closely to the study of how modern climates are changing.
This January we will be starting a phenology program at Humbug Marsh and we’d love to have your help! At least once a month a ranger will be leading a hike with the focus of collecting phenology data and teaching nature observations skills. As the seasons change, so will the wildlife we’ll see and learn about, so each hike will be a different experience. But once a month isn’t nearly enough data, and that’s where you come in! We will empower anyone who wants to learn how they can be a citizen scientist and how to help us collect data every time they visit the refuge!
There is no expectation for anyone interested in being a part of the Phenology Hikes to have any previous science knowledge, we’re excited to learn together along the way!
The hikes are from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and are currently scheduled for the following dates:
January 8th, February 12th, March 5th, April 2nd, May 7th, June 4th, July 2nd, August 6th, September 3rd, October 1st, November 5th, and December 3rd. Please understand these dates may change if necessary.
Sign up for the hikes through this link so we can know how many to expect, walk ups are also allowed though.
https://www.eventbrite.com/…/phenology-citizen-science…
Oct
15
Sat
2022
Detroit Free Press Marathon @ Detroit River / Downtown Detroit
Oct 15 – Oct 16 all-day
Detroit Free Press Marathon @ Detroit River / Downtown Detroit | Detroit | Michigan | United States
Oct 15, 2022 – Saturday
5K, 1M run | kids run
Oct 16, 2022 – Sunday
26.2M, 13.1M run | 26.2M relay

Sunday, Oct. 16, 2022 at 7 a.m.

Registration opens Jan. 1. Sign up here.

Age Restriction

All participants of the Detroit Free Press Marathon must be 16 years of age or older by race day to participate.

The Course

As we prepare to return to an international route for 2022, we are currently exploring different course options.  Staples that will remain include starting and finishing in Downtown Detroit, crossing the Ambassador Bridge and running the underwater mile through the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel. We are also assessing opportunities to showcase other iconic features and improve the event experience.  All courses will require municipal approval and USATF measurement.

Stay tuned for more announcements regarding the 2022 courses. To view past course and event maps, click here.

With a wave start, participants are sent off at two-minute intervals beginning at 7 a.m., which eases congestion in those early miles. Groups are based on the projected pace indicated on the registration form, so an accurate response is necessary.

Nov
5
Sat
2022
Citizen Science Phenology Hikes
Nov 5 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Citizen Science Phenology Hikes @ Trenton | Michigan | United States
Interested in becoming a citizen scientist? Love being outdoors and observing nature? Have you ever heard of phenology?
Phenology, explained simply, is the study of things appearing. We study phenology in nature by observing when we first see things every year. When the first leaf opens, when the first monarch butterfly is seen, and when the acorns start to drop don’t seem like important pieces of information by themselves, but when combined with multiple years of the same data they can become an essential piece in understanding our local ecosystems. Observation skills may be the most important skill when studying phenology and is something people, and possibly some wildlife, have been doing for as long as they have been alive.
Traditional ecological knowledge about when different animals and plants are available to harvest during the year was knowledge gained through years of observations of when things first appeared. This type of knowledge is now no longer as widely known, but there are still many people who take the time to notice those little details. Today, data associated with when wildlife first appears is tied closely to the study of how modern climates are changing.
This January we will be starting a phenology program at Humbug Marsh and we’d love to have your help! At least once a month a ranger will be leading a hike with the focus of collecting phenology data and teaching nature observations skills. As the seasons change, so will the wildlife we’ll see and learn about, so each hike will be a different experience. But once a month isn’t nearly enough data, and that’s where you come in! We will empower anyone who wants to learn how they can be a citizen scientist and how to help us collect data every time they visit the refuge!
There is no expectation for anyone interested in being a part of the Phenology Hikes to have any previous science knowledge, we’re excited to learn together along the way!
The hikes are from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and are currently scheduled for the following dates:
January 8th, February 12th, March 5th, April 2nd, May 7th, June 4th, July 2nd, August 6th, September 3rd, October 1st, November 5th, and December 3rd. Please understand these dates may change if necessary.
Sign up for the hikes through this link so we can know how many to expect, walk ups are also allowed though.
https://www.eventbrite.com/…/phenology-citizen-science…
Dec
3
Sat
2022
Citizen Science Phenology Hikes
Dec 3 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Citizen Science Phenology Hikes @ Trenton | Michigan | United States
Interested in becoming a citizen scientist? Love being outdoors and observing nature? Have you ever heard of phenology?
Phenology, explained simply, is the study of things appearing. We study phenology in nature by observing when we first see things every year. When the first leaf opens, when the first monarch butterfly is seen, and when the acorns start to drop don’t seem like important pieces of information by themselves, but when combined with multiple years of the same data they can become an essential piece in understanding our local ecosystems. Observation skills may be the most important skill when studying phenology and is something people, and possibly some wildlife, have been doing for as long as they have been alive.
Traditional ecological knowledge about when different animals and plants are available to harvest during the year was knowledge gained through years of observations of when things first appeared. This type of knowledge is now no longer as widely known, but there are still many people who take the time to notice those little details. Today, data associated with when wildlife first appears is tied closely to the study of how modern climates are changing.
This January we will be starting a phenology program at Humbug Marsh and we’d love to have your help! At least once a month a ranger will be leading a hike with the focus of collecting phenology data and teaching nature observations skills. As the seasons change, so will the wildlife we’ll see and learn about, so each hike will be a different experience. But once a month isn’t nearly enough data, and that’s where you come in! We will empower anyone who wants to learn how they can be a citizen scientist and how to help us collect data every time they visit the refuge!
There is no expectation for anyone interested in being a part of the Phenology Hikes to have any previous science knowledge, we’re excited to learn together along the way!
The hikes are from 1:00pm to 3:00pm and are currently scheduled for the following dates:
January 8th, February 12th, March 5th, April 2nd, May 7th, June 4th, July 2nd, August 6th, September 3rd, October 1st, November 5th, and December 3rd. Please understand these dates may change if necessary.
Sign up for the hikes through this link so we can know how many to expect, walk ups are also allowed though.
https://www.eventbrite.com/…/phenology-citizen-science…
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