Native and Invasive Species Paddle
July 22 @ 10:00 am - 2:30 pm$50
Explore the fascinating life of plants along the banks and under the surface of the Namekagon River.
Expert Conservancy staff Maria Young and Alex Bouthilet will teach native and invasive plant identification and their importance to our ecosystem as we paddle our way down this wild and scenic river.
This is a fully supported paddle and includes premium kayaks, paddles, and PFDs, as well as a shuttle service from your cars to the initial canoe/kayak landing.
Vehicle Admission: N/A
Paddle Length: 10 Miles
Paddle Difficulty: Beginner friendly, but intermediate paddlers are preferred
Bathrooms: At start and end with campsite pit toilets along the route
Where to Meet: Whispering Pines Landing
Recommended items to bring/wear:
- Adequate water
- Lunch/snack while on river
- Polarized sunglasses
- Clothing that correlates to weather conditions
For the safety of participants and staff, this program may be canceled due to inclement weather. Registered participants will be notified via email and event pages will be updated if the program is canceled.