Grand Kankakee Marsh Trip

A Trip through the Grand Kankakee Marsh
with Cliff Berger & Sister Mary Baird, PHJC

EC062217 — Earth Care

 

We’ll travel west to the junction of Yellow & Kankakee Rivers at English Lake, along with about 4 stops along the way.
A collaboration with the Marshall County Historical Museum.
  • Thursday, June 22, 10:00 a.m. –  5:00 p.m. EDT
  • Meet at MoonTree Gallery
  • Cliff Berger & Sister Mary Baird, PHJC, facilitators
  • Bring lunch money–we’ll stop in Kouts, Indiana
Cliff Berger, a retired teacher, is an avid botanist and Natural History buff. A member of the Marshall County Historical Society, Cliff has led expeditions to the Grand Kankakee, pointing out evidence of history still on the landscape. Also a Henry David Thoreau fan, Cliff will talk about the land as Thoreau would have. He is a member of MoonTree Studios and an explorer of all things natural. Cliff sits on the Marshall County Plan Commission and independently maintains his log cabin homestead and greenhouses.

Sister Mary Baird is a Poor Handmaid of Jesus Christ and founder of the MoonTree Community/MoonTree Studios. She is an environmental artist who worked for the DNR as an Interpretive Naturalist, guided Flat Lake Watershed Group, and has long studied and documented the land around Ancilla.
  Register by Friday, June 9
member $10; non-member $15

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