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Nature Walk teaches focuses on tree identification
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A Chillicothe native, I am a wife and mother of two. Graduating from Missouri Western with an English/Journalism/Public Relations degree in 2003, I worked for the Constitution-Tribune for over six years. Over the last year, our family has faced some ...
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Kyle Monroe talks about trees in Riverview Park.
Kyle Monroe talks about trees in Riverview Park.
March 26, 2013 1:16 p.m.


About 20 people participated in the Nature Walk Saturday, March 23, at the River Road Trail in Riverview Park.

Kyle Monroe, resource forester with the Missouri Department of Conservation, explained how the trees could be identified, what the leaves look like in fall and what wildlife they support.

The 103-year-old park with 465 acres of forested land is on the National Register for Historic Places.


 

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