CANCELED: Walk Along the Potomac – Exploring the Source of All Life
- C&O Canal National Historical Park 10801 Mac Arthur Boulevard Northwest Washington, DC, 20016 United States (map)
The Potomac River not only provides water for 5 million people in our region, it also quenches the thirst of millions of plants, trees, and critters. It is a life-sustaining resource. Join the Center for Spirituality in Nature and Potomac Conservancy as we explore our own Potomac River as the fundamental source of life upon which we all depend, both physically and spiritually.
The program will be facilitated by Beth Norcross, Director of the Center for Spirituality in Nature. The walk will take place along Billy Goat Trail B (the more moderate trail) through floodplain forest and along the river for 2.5 miles.
For more information about the event and to purchase tickets, visit the event page >
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