Walk for Water
Sunday April 18, Gordon Park (2800 block of Humboldt Blvd) on the Milwaukee River Register 1pm – 3pm ~ Approximately a 2 mile hike FREE!
Live Earth Walk for Water
The average distance women and children walk every day to secure water is almost 4 miles.
We will be hiking a little less than half that.
These walks are taking place in 192 countries on April 18, 2010. Water education activities will help increase awareness of the expanding water crisis facing our world.
For this special event, we ask you to walk and connect with the water and natural landscape in the heart of Milwaukee. You will learn about the challenges for our city, state, country and world related to water.
Check out what’s happening on this day at liveearth.org for information on this global event.
Take a Hike Rain or Shine! (unless severe weather threatens)
Hike for Your Health
Register and pick up your trail guide at Gordon Park Pavilion between 1 and 3 pm on Sunday April 18. Helpers with information about the land and water will be posted at clearly marked points along the trails.
You may start your hike anytime between 1 and 3 pm.
Enter to win drawings in the Gordon Park Pavilion for “green gifts” from local establishments.
This event sponsored by:
MATC- Environmental Health and Water Quality Tech Program UWM Service Learning Students • Conservation & Geography
River Revitalization Foundation • Laacke & Joys • Invivo