The Crosswinds Cache Crew collaborates with the River Raisin Institute to bring you an educational and stewardship event all about native plants and their pollinators.
Join us on Sunday, June 23rd as master gardener Crystal Castle teaches about the fundamentals of building a pollinator habitat, then head over to the butterfly gardens to apply that knowledge and spruce up the gardens.
Meet at the Geocaching tent at 1:00 PM. Please wear long pants and closed-toe shoes and bring hand clippers (if available). All participants must complete a release form, and all minors should be accompanied by a guardian.
Lunch (hot dogs and chips), and water will be provided. We will also have a few giveaways, and FTF drawing for the five new caches.
Be sure to keep an eye out for other upcoming geocaching events at Crosswinds Marsh. See www.crosswindscaching.com for more information
Crosswinds Marsh Rules
The Crosswinds Cache Crew pledge to develop and maintain quality and interesting geocaches in the Marsh consistent with Geocaching and Wayne County Parks rules and permit process. For more information on the Cache Crew and our endeavors, please visit us on the web at http://www.crosswindscaching.com and on social media -- crosswindscache.
No bikes / ATVs / personal watercraft
No swimming or ice fishing
Dogs must be leashed
No alcohol or illegal substances
Fishing in designated areas only
Collecting of plants & animals prohibited
Park only at N 42 05.744 W 83 26.552
All Geocachers must follow the above rules.
Crosswinds Marsh is open from DAWN to DUSK. Admission is free.