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Crossroads program off to a slow start

Program Director and Naturalist Coggin Heeringa says the new Crossroads at Big Creek program, Nature by Appointment, is off to a slow start. She isn’t worried, though. Heeringa laughs that the reason few people are taking advantage of personalized tours is that they think it is an imposition on the guide, and that couldn’t be further from the truth.

 


Groups are limited to two people or less, and each week they can choose from three separate themes. Tours are arranged by email only. Contact information is here.

 

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