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Let’s go for a walk @ Frenchtown Road Conservation Area
April 11 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Let’s go for a walk together!
There is no agenda for this meeting, let’s just walk the 2.5 mile loop around Frenchtown Conservation area and get to know each other.
Bring water and anything else you need to keep comfortable outdoors (comfortable clothes & shoes, a snack, mosquito spray).
We will follow current Louisiana Department of Health guidelines around Covid 19, and observe 6 feet physical distancing throughout the session.
Numbers are limited, so please only RSVP if you are coming. If you are able to, please let me know in advance if you are not coming so I can give someone else the opportunity to join us.
We will meet at the BREC Parking (the first one, which is located right after you pass under the railroad – see map). Please be there on time as we will venture onto the trails and you might not find us.
If the weather is unsafe (heavy rain, storms) and the session is cancelled, you will be notified the evening before via Meetup app message so please keep an eye for updates. If the session is cancelled, you will receive a full refund if you have made a donation. If you can’t make the session, please message me to let me know – I require 24 hours notice for a full refund.
Safety & Responsibility
As with any environment outdoors, there may be uneven ground and natural hazards such as tree roots and low-hanging branches. When you book for this event, you agree to take responsibility for your own safety and wellbeing during the session. All activities are voluntary and you are invited to take part as much or as little as you wish. If you have a physical or mental health medical condition that might affect your, or other people’s safety or enjoyment, you should take appropriate medical advice. For any concerns please private message me.
I am an Outdoor Environmental Educator and recent transplant to the US, currently working to become and ICF-credentialed Nature- Connected Coach.. I have worked in nature conservation and education in the Republic of Cyprus, Indonesian Borneo and the United Kingdom. I would like to contribute to and support the well-being of Baton Rougeans by utilizing public parks and green spaces around the city. I believe together we can learn and grow.