Guided Wildflower Walk- Through Radnor Woodlands
Join us for a beautiful walk through Radnor woodlands and discover the spring wildflowers blooming in the Darby Creek valley, but only for a short time. Catch them while you can! Join DCVA as we hike along the woodland trails of Skunk Hollow in Radnor Township in search of trilliums, trout lilies, spring beauties and other native wildflowers. Bring water and wear appropriate footwear - the trails can be steep and muddy in places.
Walk lead by Mary Coe is an environmental attorney and former Regional Counsel of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region III. She is also a lifelong nature lover and wildflower enthusiast. She was a co-founder and first president of Friends of Radnor Trails, a nonprofit organization that led the fight to build the Radnor Trail. She currently serves on the Radnor Township Parks & Recreation Board, the Board of Directors of the Willows Park Preserve and the Board of Directors of the Fairmount Park Conservancy.
To ensure everyone has access ,Darby Creek Valley Association's programs are free . Donations are appreciated , but not required.
Pay What You Want. PWYW is exactly what it sounds like: no fixed prices and it provides you the opportunity to decide the value based on your experience.