A trip down Bradley Creek

Recreation met conservation as kayak enthusiasts spent the day on Bradley Creek, learning about the great outdoors. The Airlie Environmental Program and Salt Marsh Kayaks guided a tour group out on Bradley Creek to learn more about it's eco-system. Participants picked up information about wildlife and what people can do to preserve natural resources. Program Manager Nicole Mitchell says getting people to understand more about the environment may inspire them to take action. "This is just one of those different activities that you can do to help gain an appreciation for the eco-systems, so that way the more you know the more you can do," she said. This tour of education and recreation is offered periodically at Airlie Gardens.

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kayaking is great. more people should try it.
Do they provide face masks to block out the smell of the sewage that was dumped into the creek? What was once a beautiful creek/marsh is now a sewage dump. It smells horrible when the tides out and the sun beats down on the sewage soaked mud. It's going to take years and years for that marsh to clean itself out. I wouldn't kayak in the creek for fear of becoming contaminated from the water.
all marsh mud stinks at low tide idiot.