Celebrate World Water Day (March 22) with park educator, Laura Compagni, on this 4-mile adventure along some of the most iconic waterways in the Preserve.
Learn all about the water cycle and conservation. Stop by the Old Croton Aqueduct weir to see how humans have modified the landscape to provide access to this precious resource. Develop a better understanding of how forests fit into the broader context of watersheds as you traverse the Witch’s Spring and Pocantico River trails.
Meet in the Visitor’s Center courtyard. Be sure to dress warmly and bring water to drink.
Rain date: April 3. Cost: $3 + Eventbrite fees. Max: 20 people.