Full Moon Walks, presented by the Bitterroot National Forest (NFS) and RCD, have taken place on the Saturday closest to the full moon June through October for 14 years. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes, dress in layers including a jacket, and bring a lawn chair. This year’s interpretive walks will include
July 12th, Native Plants, Hieronymus Park, Hamilton, 7pm. Learn about native plants and insects, and how important they are to a healthy ecosystem. A NFS botanist will lead the walk and discussion, which will include a segment on noxious weeds.
August 9th, Riparian Vegetation, Kiwanis River Park, Hamilton, 7pm. Bitter Root Water Forum will show how important the vegetation is to the health and temperature of the watershed.
September 13th, Nature Photography, Blodgett Overlook Trail, Hamilton 7pm. Be sure to bring your camera and tripod for this hike with local photogrphers.
October 25th, Ghost Stories, Wood’s Cabin at Lake Como, south of Hamilton, 7pm. Don your best costume and listen to the best of Bitterroot Valley ghost stories.