A Walk Through Native Lands Walkabout
September 26, 2015 10AM-2PM
Please join GARNA, Native American Preservation League’s Becky Donlan and AHRA Naturalist Kate Spinelli and for a mindful exploration of a rock circle site used by people who lived in and traveled through the Arkansas River Valley before us. Known locally as the Spanish Fort, this large stone enclosure holds special meaning to many. Join us for a thoughtful discussion of the site’s significance and history.
The sensitivity of the site requires that we keep the group very small, so please register as soon as possible to reserve your space. We will meet at the AHRA Visitor Center in Salida and will arrange carpooling from there. The site is approximately a 1 hour drive from Salida and requires a 4WD vehicle to access the site.
There is no fee for this walk. All ages welcomed, but a sense of respect and ability not to disturb site is required due to the sensitive nature of this walk. Carpooling is encouraged if possible, though not arranged by GARNA/AHRA. Sturdy shoes, water, snacks, a hat, sunscreen and layers are recommended. Contact Kate at 719 539 7289 or kate.spinelli@state.