The Park Rangers of Hudson-Meng Education and Research Center invite you to join the second Ranger Interpretive Talk of the summer: Agates of Nebraska: How they formed, where they came from, and how to find them. The talk is on Saturday, July 6 at 7:00 pm, as part of Northwest Parks Talk Series program with the Nebraska Commission of Game and Parks, the National Park Service and the Nebraska National Forests and Grasslands.
The talk will take place at the picnic shelter by the fishing pond, next to Chadron State Park visitor center.
Additionally, staff members will be available throughout the evening to share information about Smokey Bear’s 75th birthday and Hundson-Meng Education and Research Center 20th anniversary events, and other recreational opportunities on public lands.
The Ranger Interpretive Talk programs are free of charge, however permits are required to enter Nebraska State Parks, and can be purchase at the Chadron State Park front desk.