Macon County Conservation District opening its Fall programming with it’s Fall Harvest Festival from 1 to 4 p.m. this Saturday at the Rock Springs Conservation Center.
Senior Program Naturalist Brock Rowland says that it’s an afternoon packed with events for the whole family.
Most of the activities are free, but there are a couple of small registration fees for particular activities. The funds go back to the conservation district to allow them to host similar events.
If a $3 fee is too much for a couple of events, then Rowland says that there’s a ton of free activities, too.
Rowland says that kids usually love the tractor-drawn wagon rides.
Learn more at maconcountyconservation.org. Rowland appeared as a guest on the WTIM Morning Show.