Ready for some exciting and educational summer fun in the Great Smoky Mountains national park? Well this Friday and Saturday August 1st and 2nd you can be wading on a stream in the Great Smoky Mountains national park alongside a biologist from the University of Arkansas Dr. Andrea Radwell to discover the glory of the biodiversity of the Smokies.
This exciting chance for you to explore the Smoky Mountains will take place from 10 am to 3 pm at the Twin Creeks Science and Education Center in the Roaring Fork section of the Great Smoky Mountains national park next to Gatlinburg Tennessee.
Bring some waders, boots or an old pair of sneakers and prepare to get down and dirty and a little wet while you learn about stream sampling while you search for water mites, other invertebrates including gooey and interesting things in the streams which you will get the chance to study up close for yourself.
Can't wait like me to do this? IF so RSVP Heather MacCulloch at Discover Life in America if you'd like to participate in the Water Mite Workshop by calling (865) 430-4756 or emailing: Heather MacCulloch at Discover Life in America.