Friday November 4, 2016 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM EDT
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Begins at the Monday Creek Office 
115 W Main St
New Straitsville, OH 43766

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Miranda Hayes 
Rural Action 

Join us on November 4th for our annual Fall Watershed Tour. During the tour, we will explore a newly constructed wetland, visit an archeological site, and discover the history of New Straitsville. The tour begins at 10 a.m. and will conclude around 2 p.m. There is a suggested $10 donation per attendee. Lunch will be provided.  Please RSVP by November 1st to ensure you have a meal.

Location |  Please meet at the Monday Creek office at 10:00 am. Located at 115 W. Main St.,New Straitsville, Oh 43766

Tour Details | The tour will include three stops.

• See what we're doing to prevent toxic aluminum from entering Monday Creek with a stop at our newest treatment project. Over a thousand native wetland plants were installed with the help of volunteers this past spring.

• Learn about prehistoric settlement and horticulture in the Hocking Valley as we visit an excavated site by the Ohio Archaeological Field School - presented by Dr. Paul Patton, Ohio University and Ann Cramer, Wayne National Forest

• Visit the new site of the New Straitsville History Museum and explore a replica coal mine, a 100 year old pipe organ, and more while learning about the history of the village of New Straitsville, led by the New Straitsville History Group. 

 Your generous donations help Rural Action continue programming, education and outreach in our region.     The suggested donation for this event is $10 per person