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First Saturday Walk-Horton Grove Nature Preserve @ Horton Grove Nature Preserve
Mar 2 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Join TLC for a guided hike at Horton Grove Nature Preserve in Durham County. As part of TLC’s monthly nature walks, we will explore the trails from 12 pm to 2 pm. Families and pets (on leashes) are welcome. Please dress for the weather and wear sturdy footwear.  There are no bathroom facilities so please plan accordingly.

 We will meet at the gravel parking lot on the North end of the preserve at the start of the Holman Loop.  If you are interested in leading or helping with your own TLC hike in the future, register here  for our Hike leader/host training which will take place right before this First Saturday hike!


Get Wild! Creek Critters @ Horton Grove Nature Preserve
Mar 16 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm


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Join Triangle Land Conservancy’s monthly family series to meet some critters that call creeks their home! This Get Wild! is special because it kicks off Durham’s Creek Week 2019.  There are events all over Durham from March 16th to March 23rd.  Get your Creek Week passport stamped at Get Wild! for the chance to win a $100 certificate to Frog Hollow Outdoors.  This event is geared towards families with kids ages 4-6 but is open to everyone. We will take a short nature walk down to a creek and discover some aquatic creatures firsthand, then finish with a take home craft.

 We will meet at the gravel parking lot on the North end of Horton Grove at the start of the Holman Loop.  Please wear clothes you don’t mind getting wet or dirty, and get ready for a fun afternoon!  This is a free event but does require pre registration.  See below to register.
Get Wild! is Triangle Land Conservancy’s series of youth-oriented environmental education programs made possible with support from:





Sunrise Yoga by the Pond @ Brumley Nature Preserve-North Side Service Entrance
Mar 17 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am
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March 16th-23rd is Durham’s Creek Week 2019!  Creek Week is a time to discover and clean up our local streams. It has been celebrated in Durham since 2009, with 2,783 volunteers collecting 152,798 pounds of litter to date.  Although Brumley Nature Preserve is in Chapel Hill, the water there is equally important and flows through Durham from Stony Creek to the Eno River and into Falls Lake.  The Eno River provides significant recreation use and wildlife habitat for Durham, and Falls lake provides drinking water to much of Raleigh.  Every clean drop counts!


Kick off Creek Week with a sunrise flow led by TLC staff member/yoga teacher-to-be Casey, and fellow yoga teacher Chelsea Mackin. They are taking courses at Blue Point Yoga Center through the Yoga Alliance certification program.  Get inspired by and in tune with the nature around you to fully immerse yourself in the meaning behind Creek Week!  Casey and Chelsea will lead us in this practice next to Brumley pond for a beautiful and peaceful setting.  All levels are welcome, please bring a beach towel and mat if you have one.  Don’t forget to bring your Creek Week passport and get it stamped for the chance to earn a $100 certificate to Frog Hollow Outdoors.  This is a free event but pre registration is required.


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