Geology Guided Walks - Sept 22



Learn about rocks and volcanic formations along our main trail on a tour with Steve Semken as your guide. His lively tour compresses almost two billion years of geologic history into just over one educational hour! Learn about Pinal schist, the volcanic origins of Picket Post Mountain and the Apache Leap tuff. Event repeats September 22 with professional geologist Scott McFadden as your guide.  8 am. 602-827-3000 or https://cals.arizona.edu/bta/events.html or https://www.facebook.com/btarboretum/

Date:

Sep 22, 2018

Location:

Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park
37615 E. Arboretum Way
Superior, AZ 85273

Hours:

8:30 am

Phone:

602-827-3000

Price:

$15 for Adults, $5 for children 5-12, free for children under 5. Free to Arboretum members.

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