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Heritage Center Greenway Powerhouse Trail

  • 03/05/2022
  • 7:00 AM
  • Heritage Center Greenway Powerhouse Trail

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SANP Field Event

Heritage Center Greenway Powerhouse Trail

Saturday, March 5, 2022 at 7:00 am


Leader: Dale Potter    Phone:  (865)-773-8114      E-mail: dalepotter55@gmail.com

Meeting place: Heritage Center Greenway Powerhouse Trail

Registration available:  Beginning today 


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Description:  This greenway is known for the birds, the marshland around the pond, along with various wildflowers later in the spring. The trail is an easily walked loop, but parts of the trail may be muddy and wet.  There could be various ducks and birds in the area.


Learning opportunities: 

This is an excellent location to work on your technique using macro, zoom, or the lens you prefer. A long lens will be handy.  Crop Sensor cameras may work best for some of you.  You will have several options to explore and play with your camera. Tripod or monopod suggested.


What to wear:  Dress comfortably for the weather.


What to bring:  Camera, Tripod, water, snacks, and whatever you need to be comfortable photographing around the trail and water.  


Walking required: The amount of walking you do will be entirely up to you and how much exploring you want to do.  


How to find me:  Red Jeep Wrangler


Driving directions:  Use Google MAPS for the Heritage Center Powerhouse Trail. You should arrive at a gravel parking area at the Greenway trailhead entrance. 


GPS coordinates 35.915351, -84.399903


Directions from I-40 and Hwy 95 Junction: From I-40, go north on Hwy 95 for approximately 6.5 miles; stay left and exit onto Hwy 58 west (Gallaher Road); go west on Hwy 58 for approximately 3 miles; just before crossing the Clinch River bridge turn right to exit on to West Bear Creek Road; turn right at the junction with West Bear Creek road and the parking area is on the left in 100 yards.

Contacts:     Ed Stickle, President       Brad Cottrell, Membership       Website (sanpinfo@sanp.net)

Southern Appalachian Nature Photographers is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located near the Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee.
Mailing address: 1143 Oak Ridge Turnpike, Ste 107A-231, Oak Ridge, TN 37830
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