Visit Project Stream

A public gateway to the MHC Restoration Ecology Program

Project Stream offers visitors an ADA accessible boardwalk that meanders through forested wetlands alongside the stream. A trail kiosk and interpretative signs (coming Spring 2016!) along the boardwalk invite visitors of all ages to learn about the importance of wetland functions, the types of plant and animal species they may discover in the wetland, and the science and practice behind the Project Stream restoration. Gathering space and benches are provided at the outdoor classroom for classes and other student groups, researchers, tours, and community members.

Rules of use

• Because research projects are ongoing, and young plants are germinating throughout the site, we ask that you please stay on the boardwalk unless accompanied by a member of the Restoration Ecology Program.

• Pets must be leashed and remain on the boardwalk at all times.

• Site use is at visitors' own risk. The Project Stream boardwalk is not maintained in winter.

How to find Project Stream

The boardwalk trail begins just past the MHC canoehouse on the Upper Lake Loop and connects with the service road that runs below the athletic fields.