EPN June Breakfast Club
Still harboring an inferiority complex that Central Ohio’s outdoor places don’t stack up nationally? Then attend this breakfast and exorcize that notion forever!
- Breakfast at the highly engaging new Nature Center, featuring a 53-foot long stream on a table and more.
- What’s new and planned in our Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks – Larry Peck, Assistant Director and widely recognized parks and recreation leader
- Darby Creek natural and social history highlights – renowned naturalist Mac Albin
Then choose your dessert:
- natural history walk along Darby Creek, with a chance to get your feet wet and see creek critters up close, or
- naturalist walk to see a herd of bison and learn the role they played on Ohio’s prairies, not that long ago
Larry Peck, Deputy Director, Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks and Lecturer, OSU School of Environment and Natural Resources
Mac Albin, Naturalist, Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park
Please register at epn.osu.edu. OSU students may register for free, courtesy of OSU Office of Energy and Environment, OSU Office of Student Life, Energy, Management and Sustainability, and the School of Environment and Natural Resources.
Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park Nature Center; park opens at 6:30 AM.
Off Rt. 40 (Broad Street) about five miles west of the West Outerbelt, I-270, then south on Darby Creek Dr. to the park