Dates: Sat, October 20, 10:00am – 11:30am
Nov 16 – Saturday 10:00-11:30
Dec 8 – Saturday 10:00-11:30
Location: Jacob’s Well Natural Area, 1699 Mt Sharp Rd, Wimberley, TX 7867 6, USA (map)
Description: Interpretive Hike – 1.5 hours
The Jacobs Well Watershed Walk will describe the Cypress Creek watershed and how it works. It will examine the Geology, tracing the many water pathways and how they shape and influence the watershed. The tour will highlight the unique underground system that created Jacob’s Well and provide some of the interesting history of this Wimberley icon. The hike will finish with a discussion of the water issues facing Hays County and the future.
There is high level of interest regarding the Cypress Creek Watershed and Jacobs Well. The Jacobs Well Natural Area will offer watershed walks to both the Public and Master Naturalists once a month from February to May 2018. This hike is available for MN AT credit (one time only) and is also included on the Jacob’s Well Facebook page. Advance reservations for the Watershed walks are recommended. For more information or to make a reservation please contact Tom Jones via text or email.
Tom Jones – Hays Co. MN – 281.380.2802 (talk & text) – firstname.lastname@example.org