April 21 – Waikiki Springs Earth Day Eve hike with EWU Philosophy Student

April 21, 2024 10:00 am 15

Hike docent, Alana Livingston, will lead a hike on Sunday, April 21 at Waikiki Springs Nature Preserve starting at 10am. She will by joined by a Eastern Washington University (EWU) environmental philosophy student who will lead a discussion based on the reading linked below.

This 3.5-5 mile hike (depending on participant interest) will take approximately 2.5 hours to complete. Please be sure to dress for the weather and trails can get quite muddy and wet so please plan footwear accordingly. Dressing in layers is always a good idea too!

Read the passage linked below to take part in the guided discussion as you walk along the trail. This hike will serve as the student’s “community engagement” credit in their course.

If you have been on a hike with Alana in the past, you know she loves to talk about edible and medicinal plants so if there are some fun plants making an appearance, you will likely talk about that too.

Click here to access the reading for the hike: The Pale Blue Dot by Carl Sagan, Chapter one You are Here

When: Sunday, April 21st starting at 10 am

Where: Waikiki Springs Nature Preserve (Trailhead off of N Mill Rd)

N Fairwood Dr
Spokane, WA 99208
United States

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