Course at a Glance

Course:
Experience Fall and History of the Headwaters Forest Reserve
Date:
October 12
Location:
Headwaters Forest Reserve
Cost:
$10

Experience Fall and History of the Headwaters Forest Reserve

43935

With Julie Clark, Park Ranger

Learn about the natural and cultural history of Headwaters Forest, including native plants, watershed restoration. Come for a fall walk on the south side trail at Headwaters Forest, along the Elk River Trail. See the big leaf maple leaves falling while Ranger Julie tells the history of Headwaters, as well as the 50-year history of the lumber town Falk.

Plan to be outdoors. You should dress in layers and wear good walking footwear. We encourage you to carry a day pack and bring a filled water bottle, snack or lunch. Plan to bring what you will need for your comfort and safety -- hats and sunscreen or umbrellas and rain gear? Walking sticks?

After you enroll, we will send more information. Visitors and guests at OLLI classes must be either fully vaccinated or have tested negative within 72 hours of coming to class. We encourage all participants to take a rapid test before attending any OLLI class or event.

Wed., Oct. 12 • 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

In-person: Headwaters Forest Reserve

$10 • Class #: 43935

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Julie Clark, Park Ranger

Julie Clark

Julie Clark is a park ranger for the Bureau of Land Management. Her specialty is in historical interpretation of our public land on the north coast. She has a master's degree in social science and is the author of Falk:Company Lumber Town of the American West.