Tule Ponds at Tyson Lagoon
Saturday, April 14, 2012
11:00am to 5:00pm
Walnut Ave, behind Fremont BART Station
Free Family activities (self guided)
between the hours of 11-4
(takes at least 1
should take about 1-2 hours.
below to get a reminder, directions, and just check
in when you arrive)
This term refers to summer
like weather in the autumn, which is typical for the
Tri-City area. The Ohlone Indians lived in
this area and would spend the autumn collecting
seeds to make a food that would help them eat during
the winter. Learn the types of seeds, how they grow,
and different parts.
Take a walk around Tule Ponds and look for seeds and
try to identify the plant that they came from.
Earn points and prizes.
Don't have children, but want to
have a tour of the facility. Ideal for adults
(with older children) who might want to learn the
ecology behind the area. Pick up a
brochure in the visitor area.
Funding provided by
Alameda County Flood
Control and Water Conservation District
Math Science Nucleus