Walk noon-1pm, maple syrup tapping 1-3pm
Join professor of Biology and Environmental Studies, Dr. Orin Gelderloos, on a stroll through the woods and learn to identify trees in winter. Following the walk, learn to tap sugar maple trees with UM-D naturalists. Park in the parking structure next to the EIC.
The Rouge River watershed drains 466 square miles in southeast Michigan through 48 communities. Many people are unaware of its many parks and natural areas just waiting to be explored. Join us once a month to get to know a unique part of the watershed.
Explore the Rouge activities are free and open to the public. Donations are welcome and encouraged.