Tuesdays on the Trail: Tree ID at Wade Mountain
July 16 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 amFree
Head outdoors on Tuesdays in June and July to discover our area’s unique biodiversity protected by Land Trust preserves. This summer, local experts will lead children on explorations of topics including archaeology, water ecology, animal tracks, tree identification, and more!
- Cost: FREE but only available for Land Trust members. Not a Land Trust Member? Join today!
- Reservations: Reservations are required. Space is limited. Please use the link provided below each program listing. Please register using parent/guardian’s information (name on your Land Trust membership) and select spots for the number of children only. Adults do not need to reserve a spot for themselves. Registered participants will receive an email with full details closer to the event. There are no waitlists for these events.
- Ages: 6-12 years. An accompanying adult is required for all programs.
- What to Bring: Closed toe shoes are required for all programs. We also recommend long pants, bug spray, sunscreen, and water.
July 16 at 9 AM – Tree ID at Wade Mountain
Bring your aspiring dendrologist out for a lesson on the many tree species that reside on Wade Mountain. Sarah Hart, Exhibit Specialist at the Cook Museum of Natural Science, will guide us down the trail as she notes the varied characteristics of the trees we encounter.
Land Trust Members only. Ages 6+ with an accompanying adult.