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Winter Walk at Northampton Community Farm
January 28th, 1pm-3pm
Have you been wondering what there is to see in the woods in the wintertime? Are you itching to go out and explore? Do you want to know what to make of different animal tracks and traces you’ve
Join Ted Watt of the Hitchcock Center for a winter nature walk on Northampton Community Farmland. We will look for signs of the season, find tracks in the snow and mud, identify trees and
shrubs, and learn about natural history and invasive plant ecology as we walk through the winter landscape.
Ted Watt is a highly skilled naturalist and educator at the Hitchcock Center for the Environment who helps children and adults understand the unique habitats and ecosystems of New England through hands-on instruction and mentorship.
The event is held in partnership with the Mill River Greenway Initiative.
Meet and park cars at the Grow Food Northampton Organic Community Garden at 140 Meadow Street, Florence.
Cost: Sliding Scale $10-$15 / Cash or Check / Free for children under 13.
This event requires pre-registration. Please sign up here or call (413) 320-4799 x102 to reserve a spot.
Snow date TBD.