The Helen B. Katz Natural Area features high-quality wetlands and floodplain along the slow-moving, meandering Cussewago Creek, a tributary to French Creek. Natural communities include northern hardwood forest; and forested, scrub-shrub, and emergent wetlands. There’s a large hemlock forested wetland. About 35 acres of former agricultural fields are reverting to forest. From the parking area off Rogers Ferry Rd., a rustic trail travels south about 0.5 mile, ending at a manmade pond. The trail is level, but portions may be wet at certain times of the year.