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Guided Nature Hike: Humanity’s Relationship with Nature

From site: Lillian Anderson Arboretum

Date: Saturday, October 28th, 2017

Time: 10:00 am

Duration: 2 hours

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Location:

Lillian Anderson Arboretum

7787 W Main St, Kalamazoo MI 49009

Contact: Hannah A. Ginsberg

What do the forest and humans have in common? How has our presence influenced the natural world around us? How can we live more like the forest?

Explore and discuss answers to these questions on a guided hike through Kalamazoo College’s lush and scenic Lillian Anderson Arboretum. Marsh, meadows, and “Magnificent Pines” are all right at your fingertips. Join students from Kalamazoo College’s First Year Seminar “Roots in the Earth” for an intimate look into the Arboretum’s diverse plant life, animal population, and engaging history.

We will meet at the main Arboretum parking lot (~7787 W. Main St) but space to park is limited. Overflow parking will be available at the Oshtemo Township Park (7275 W. Main Street), just east of our property. If possible, please bring a water bottle.

For more information, visit: https://goo.gl/LGUKP8.

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