Walk With the Profs

A view of Bushkill Creek, a moss-covered wall, and a stretch of the Karl Stirner Arts Trail in Easton, Pennsylvania, including the iconic red arch sculpture

Join the Karl Stirner Arts Trail in celebrating Earth Month at three Walk With the Profs events featuring Lafayette College faculty. 

  • Birds of the Corridor: Monday, April 17, with Mike Butler, associate professor and assistant head of the biology department
  • Inhabitants of the Bushkill Creek: Thursday, April 20, with David Brandes, professor of civil engineering and chair of the integrative engineering program
  • Easton’s Geology: Thursday, April 27, with Dave Sunderlin, associate professor and head of the geology department

Meet at 5:30 p.m. in Silk’s back parking lot by Steve Tobin’s Black Steel Root

The series is part of the Walks on the Trail organized by KSAT in partnership with Nurture Nature Center throughout the year. 

“This small concentration of walks with natural science academics celebrates Earth Day and indeed, Earth Month along with the release of the KSAT’s new 2023 Earth Day calendar,” says Jim Toia, executive director and curator of KSAT Inc. “The walks are open to the public, free of charge, and designed to highlight the rich diversity and natural balance the KSAT and Bushkill Creek’s riparian corridor offers in this urban landscape.”