We invite you to walk to the site where the Big Tree once stood. 220 years after the signing of the Big Tree Treaty and 160 years after the fall of the Big Tree, visit the Big Tree site to learn about the tree, treaty, and hear about effort underway to preserve the last remaining section of the Big Tree so future generations can see and learn about this improtant part of history at the museum.
This event is held in partnership with Livingston County Historical Museum.
*Supported by Steuben Trust Company as part of our 2017 Nature Series
Invitations will be sent to municipalities to distribute to their boards and officials.
Hike into the Little Beards Creek for a creek walk with SUNY Geneseo geologist Dr. Jeff Over. Learn about the geology and history of this creek, protected in 2016 by Gary & Dennis Moore. The walk will be ~1mile in length and take an hour or hour and a half (depending on conversation). The creek is flat and has minimal water late in the year. There are hills to climb down into and out of the gully on trails.
Travel: In Leicester head north on Route 36, take the first left onto Covington Rd, take the first left onto Coverdale Rd, at the T, take a left onto Cone Rd, at the T, take a left onto Bush Road. Park roadside at the end of the dirt road.
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