Kenyon students and Gambier residents enjoyed tubing down the Kokosing River and climbing one of the oldest trees in the Brown Family Environmental Center (BFEC) this past weekend during an event hosted by the Center.
BFEC workers and volunteers staffed the area and assisted the tree climbers.
While the event started as a celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the BFEC in 2015, it has become a tradition in the last three years. “It’s a fun back-to-school event,” BFEC manager Noelle Jordan said. “People can connect to nature.”
By Jenny Tie
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