Come and see the newest site in the Beaver Creek Wetlands

Pearl's Fen

Our partners at Greene County Parks & Trails have worked to restore the natural biodiversity at the headwaters of the Beaver Creek, and the results are incredible! With a new boardwalk, you can access one of the most stunning natural sites in our area. There are many ways to experience the beauty of this wetland:

See photos and videos of the project on GCP&T's website.

Watch a tour led by our very own Dave Nolin.

Best of all -- GET OUT THERE!
You can find directions here.

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We're working on something big!

Starting Winter 2020, together with our partners, we will begin building a new 15-mile trail that traverses the entirity of the Beaver Creek wetlands corridor.

Phase 1 is ramping up now. Read all about the Spotted Turtle Trail Project and learn more about our conservation work and how you can help make this vision a reality!

Join us in our work to preserve the wetlands

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COVID Update

Enjoy the wetlands SAFELY

September 5, 2020 -- All public BCWA properties are open. We have been working with a decreased volunteer load to keep our boardwalks and trails maintained during the COVID-19 pandemic. We encourage our community to come out and visit the wetlands.

It's good to get outside!

While enjoying our outdoor spaces, please observe the following guidelines:

  • Maintain a distance of at least 6 FEET from people not not a part of your household. Use the pull-outs along the boardwalk when passing others.

  • Bring a face covering with you and wear it when you cannot maintain a safe distance from people not a part of your household.

  • Stay home if you or anyone in your household have symptoms of COVID-19.

A Message from the President, Dave Nolin

2020 Annual Meeting (recording)

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