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Creating a New Public Mountain Park and Enhancing the Visitor’s Experience w/ David Comstock
April 7 @ 7:00 pm
This is an event led by the Columbia Basin chapter of the Washington Native Plant Society
David Comstock previously led the effort to create the 200 acre Benton County, Candy Mountain Preserve. Join us to hear him discuss how he is now leading work to create the Candy Interpretive Loop Trail for visitors to learn more about native plants, Ice Age Floods, and local geology. David will also discuss FOBM’s current efforts to create a third mountain park, inside the City of Richland that will provide public access to the summit of Little Badger Mountain.
David Comstock has a Civil Engineering degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder and moved to the Tri-Cities in 2000. He has served on the Board of Directors for Friends of Badger Mountain for the last 12 years. David’s interested in native plants has grown over the last several years through working with our Columbia Basin chapter member, Mickie Chamness, on the Candy Mountain Interpretive Loop trail.
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When: Apr 7, 2021 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Topic: Columbia Basin Chapter: Creating a new Public Mountain Park
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