The Rattlesnake Creek Watershed Group is excited to bring back the 5th Annual RCWG Fall Watershed Festival: Water, Wildlife, and Weeds. Sunday September 26, 2021 12
The Rattlesnake Creek Watershed Group is excited to bring back the 5th Annual RCWG Fall Watershed Festival: Water, Wildlife, and Weeds.
Sunday September 26, 2021
12 to 4 pm
Ten Spoon Winery, 4175 Rattlesnake Drive.
Donations suggested, not required: $5 per adult, KIDS FREE!
Masks encouraged at this Covid aware event.
Celebrate the watershed with food, fun, activities, and displays. Save a bear—bring your apples (or pears) for on-the-spot pressing and sipping. Discover and share ideas to keep the Rattlesnake an extra-special place.
The Great Bear Foundation, Trout Unlimited, Mountain Bluebird Trails, Watershed Education Network, and other organizations working in the Rattlesnake will be there with information about resources and projects. Learn about living with bears, bull trout restoration, water quality in the creek, and weeds in native plant communities.
Family-friendly! Hands-on activities and games for kids and adults including making wildlife track casts, bear safety demonstrations, art projects, and more.
Food and drinks will be available from local food trucks and Ten Spoon Winery.
Music by Beth Youngblood, KD Dickinson, Evan Youngblood-Peterson and Suzuki violin students.
To glean the apples and pears that draw bears into the valley, the Great Bear Foundation will press fresh cider, so bring your fruit for on-the-spot pressing and sipping!
(Sunday) 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm