CLCT Winter Walk, Ski or Snowshoe
Sunday, February 4th at 1:00pm
S t r e t c h your legs before the Super Bowl!
Bring your snowshoes, skis or boots (crampons recommended) and join us for a winter walk through our Miller Farm property and maybe across Sudbury Road into the Garfield Woods.
We will meet in the parking lot of the Willard School, 185 Powdermill Road. There will be tailgate refreshments afterwards.
Musketaquid Arts and Environment Program: Wild Walks co-sponsored by CLCT
In an effort to get more people, especially kids, out on the land, CLCT has partnered with Musketaquid Arts and the Environment to offer family "Wild Walks" on CLCT properties. Registration is through Musketaquid at the link below.
The Art of Winter Adventuring:Fire Starting, Winter Edibles, Shelters and Cordage
Sunday, January 28 1:00pm-3:00pm
Join survivalist Tim Swanson in Concord Land Conservation Trust’s Hallenbeck Land to learn the art of winter survival: what to eat, how to stay warm, and how to stay dry. You'll learn to use a bow drill and other tools to start a fire. In addition, learn to make cordage from natural fibers -- the ancient form of duct tape that comes in handy in any situation. See registration information below.
Tracking: Reading Wildlife and the Winter Woods
Sunday, February 11 1:00pm-3:00pm
Andrew Joslin will teach us how to use both sight and sound (and sometimes smell) to interpret animal movements and behavior. In addition to recognizing common tracks, learn to observe wintering bird flock behaviors and study animal signs like burrows, digging, and pecking. Geared to enthusiasts of all ages. See registration information below.
Click here to register for either of these Musketaquid classes or call Nancy Lippe, Musketaquid Coordinator at 978.371.0820 ext 213
(CLCT makes its properties available for these events free of charge.)