Tree identification walk @FX Shea Town Forest on Saturday, October 16 at 10:00am

Have you been to the Corinth Town Forest??? Have you walked the trails of this magnificent piece of land, in the middle of our town’s High Priority Forest Block? Picnicked stream-side on the tables surrounded by a huge diversity of trees and wild flowers? Enjoyed the Story Walk created by the Blake Memorial Library?

Come join us on Saturday October 16th at 10am for another Conserving Corinth’s Rural Character event at the FX Shea Town Forest. Ginny Barlow, Corinth’s Tree Warden and renowned expert in all things wild will lead a tree identification walk for families of all ages. Bring the kids, there will be fun activities for them, or come yourself and learn about this incredible asset owned and operated by the town.

Have some cider and donuts as well and share your ideas with the Conservation Commission and Blake Memorial Library staff about how to make our town forest a better place. What events would you like to see there, what facilities would you want to see.

The Town Forest is at the end of Wilson Road, a right turn off of Coppermine Road, just a short ride from Cookeville Center…..look for the new signs!

Photo credit to Beth Thompson.