Date(s) - 03/30/2019
12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Sequatchie Valley Institute
1233 Cartwright Loop
Just 45 minutes from Chattanooga, TN, between Dunlap & Whitwell, the rich ecosystem in the coves and hollows of Sequatchie Valley is waking up with enthusiasm!
Join us among emerging ragwort, buckeye, bloodroot, trout lily, trilliums, redbuds, and dogwood blossoms as we walk with expert naturalists, ethnobotanists, and foresters familiar with the SE Tennessee bioregion.
We have three Saturdays set aside for this event: March 30, April 6, and April 13. Choose the date that works best for you!
All ages are welcome! As we are a wildlife refuge area, pets stay home.
The suggested donation for the Springtime Wildflower Hikes is $8. Family rates are available, so bring the whole bunch!
WHAT TO BRING
– Sturdy boots/shoes
– Long pants
– Water bottle
– Light lunch or snacks
– Camera, ID books, & Journals
– At 11:00am (CST), tour Permaculture landscape, hand-crafted living structures, and Pipsissewa Arboretum Trail.
– At 1:00pm, Walk along the bluffs and discover the awakening native flora.
– At 3:00pm, continue a more rugged hike along Hick’s Creek and up the canyon.
Be sure to visit the Liquidambar Art Gallery while you’re here!
Discover pottery, glass work, paintings, and sculptures created by local and resident artists. Complimentary wine and cheese will be provided.
Sequatchie Valley Institute is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to enable society to learn about and experience living in harmony with nature. We facilitate land conservation and restoration through practice, research, education, and art.