Great news – you asked for them, and here they are! This winter, the Environmental Resource Center will offer a series of tracking workshops centering on the winter world. Valley legend Ann Christensen will lay out some basics about tracks, then lead us on a snowshoe tracking adventure through the fields and woods north of town. Ann, who studied with famous tracker and author James Halfpenny, has been introducing valley residents to the secret stories left in the snow for decades. The workshop dates are Sunday, December 30 from noon to 3:00 p.m.; then 11a.m.-2p.m. on Saturdays, January 5, January 19, February 2 and February 16. And really, there is no need to choose. You can do them all! Here are the details>
Details: Each workshop is open to all ages (though no pets are permitted – sorry). You’ll need your own snowshoes, water, and a lunch or snack. (Snowshoes can be rented at any of the outdoor shops if you don't have any.) Please do call to register (208.726.4333), as space will be limited and Ann’s workshops are verrrrrrry popular. ERC members get a break on the registration fees. Members: $10 and Non-members $15 per person. Here’s to a beautiful day, and a light dusting of fresh snow for some really good tracks!
Winter tracking events are discounted for ERC members. If you are unsure whether your membership status is current, please call our Office Director at 208.726.4333. Otherwise, choose the workshop you want to attend and pay here via Paypal.