Perched on an overlook high above the beautiful Brodhead Creek Valley near Analomink, Stroud Township's Stonecrusher Preserve will be the back drop for this next in a series of PHLT Naturalist led walks and talks about both the natural and human history of Monroe County. Join local naturalist and long time PHLT Stewardship Volunteer for a Saturday afternoon 'Woods Walk and Natural History Talk' exploring this Stroud Township Open Space site overlooking the Brodhead Creek. Both natural history and railroad history information will be shared during this afternoon exploration both on and off trail in the 'woods of the Stonecrusher'.

Participants will meet at 1:00 in the parking area of Stroud Township's Pinebrook South Park located just off Rt. 191 across from the Pinebrook Camp for carpooling to the Stonecrusher Preserve access. This PHLT Natural Places and Open Spaces walk/talk is free and open to the public with donations accepted for PHLT's Land Stewardship Fund.

Preregistration is suggested and confirmed by calling PHLT at 570-424-1514, or filling out the form below. Please leave your name, number of persons in your group and a contact phone number in case walk plans change.

This event is free, donations accepted.


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Of Stone, Iron and Fire ~

Exploring the Stonecrusher Woods

Meet at Pinebrook Park, lower lot |  Sat, August 18. 2018,  1:00pm - 5:00pm 


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Cancellation policy:

Events may be cancelled due to inclement weather or low registration. In that case, we will make every effort to update our website and contact registrants, and we will offer refunds of paid registrations for cancelled programs. Thank you for helping us in our land conservation work to inspire people to care for, enjoy, and explore their natural world.

We have a no-smoking policy at all PHLT land trust events, thank you!