222016Aug
HRT Art Series Reveal

HRT Art Series Reveal

The Haw River Trail is excited to announce custom silk screen art prints capturing the beauty of the Trail. The HRT plans to offer a series of pieces showcasing the natural history and culture of the Haw River. A huge thank you to local artists and Haw River Trail supporters Ron Rozzelle and Rosa Patton for sharing… HRT Art Series Reveal

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12016Jun
Celebrate National Trails Day With Us

Celebrate National Trails Day With Us

Alamance Parks is hosting two American Hiking Society National Trails Day® events on Saturday, June 4, 2016. American Hiking Society’s National Trails Day® is a nationally recognized trail awareness program that occurs every year on the first Saturday of June and inspires the public to discover, learn about, and celebrate trails while participating in outdoor… Celebrate National Trails Day With Us

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112016May
Wildflower Meadow in bloom at Shallow Ford

Wildflower Meadow in bloom at Shallow Ford

Wildflower Meadow: Shallow Ford Natural Area Did you know there’s a wildflower meadow at Shallow Ford Natural Area? With the arrival of spring and the warming weather, the flowers are starting to bloom and it’s a great time to visit. Early flowers are already showing their colors, including Sweet Williams (Dianthus barbatus), the Siberian Wallflower… Wildflower Meadow in bloom at Shallow Ford

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262016Apr
Nature Journals

Nature Journals

We’re offering an introductory Nature Journal workshop at Shallow Ford Natural Area (SFNA) on June 4th, 2016, from 9:00am-10:30am. Join Environmental Educator Kim Brown at the Observation Deck to learn about nature journals and enjoy exploring SFNA. Kim will share a brief overview of natural journals and then you will have the chance to use your creativity to… Nature Journals

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312016Mar
First Saturday Hikes

First Saturday Hikes

Did you know that Alamance Parks offers First Saturday hikes throughout the year? Park technician and environmental educator Kim Brown guides hikes through different locations in the Alamance Parks system during the spring, summer, and fall. The first hike in this series will take place this Saturday, April 2nd at Great Bend Park from 9:00am-10:00am. Kim will lead a hike… First Saturday Hikes

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102016Mar
Union Bridge Paddle Access Completes the Haw River Paddle Trail in Alamance County

Union Bridge Paddle Access Completes the Haw River Paddle Trail in Alamance County

Union Bridge Paddle Access on Greensboro-Chapel Hill Road is the 14th and final Paddle Access in the Alamance County portion of the Haw River Paddle Trail, completing almost 40 miles of Paddle Trail through the County. The Haw River Paddle Trail through Alamance County starts at the Brooks Bridge Paddle Access on the Guilford-Alamance County… Union Bridge Paddle Access Completes the Haw River Paddle Trail in Alamance County

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