August 26, 2017 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Nature At The Confluence
306 Dickop St
South Beloit, IL 61080
Welty Environmental Center

“Good” plant or “Bad” plant? Let’s dig in and find out!

Join the adult Stream Team and spend a few hours learning basic plant I.D. techniques and how to identify the plants that don’t belong near our streams. What does the presence of invasive plant species tell us about the health of the NATC ecosystem, and how does removing them improve the habitat for the area’s plants and animals. Revitalize the area by helping with Kelley Creek bank restoration and Turtle Creek clean-up and make a positive impact on the community!

  • Wear long pants, long sleeved shirts, socks and closed- toed shoes.
  • Please bring bug spray.
  • Free program
  • Adult program

Preregistration is required. Please call Welty Environmental Center to register: 608-361-1377, or email info@weltycenter.org

About NATC Stream Team Programs

Stream Team programs for adults and youth offer a fun and rewarding way to protect and improve local streams, rivers and our watershed. All ages and backgrounds can get involved and we welcome any level of involvement you choose to take.

This Nature At The Confluence Stream Team program is offered through a partnership with Welty Environmental Center and is supported by a grant Nature At The Confluence received from the Colonel Robert H. Morse Foundation.

Click here to see all Stream Team ProgramsIf you have questions about NATC Stream Team you can email info@natureattheconfluence.com