Learn Why Leaves Change Colors

Learn Why Leaves Change Colors

September 24, 2017 11:58 PM

The next couple of weeks may be a great time to get outside and see the beauty of fall.

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For those wondering why the leaves change color every fall, Jay Cooke State Park in Carlton will be hosting a program on Saturday, September 30.

Folks can learn about the process that makes maple trees red and aspen trees yellow. Kids are also encouraged to attend as they'll be able to make and take their own autumn leaf.

Those interested in attending can head to the Nature Table at Jay Cooke, which is located near the Swinging Bridge. The program runs from 10:30 a.m to Noon. For those who can't make it this Saturday, they'll be hosting a similar program Saturday, October 7, as well. 

Click here to see all programs Jay Cooke State Park has to offer.


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