Kehl Lake Natural and Cultural History Hike — Saturday, July 29th at 10am
When was Kehl Lake Natural Area underwater? And what animals made it their “home”? Are any of those species still here? Who were the “original people” who settled here and what was their source of food, medicine, shelter, education and more? Who were the early pioneer homesteaders and what obstacles did they have to overcome? Why is much of Kehl Lake Natural Area still amazingly pristine and even called “virgin”? There are lots of questions to explore here! Join Conservancy docents Ann McInnis, Mary Tris, and Beth Chiles on this guided hike to discover some of the answers.