Category Archives: training sessions with the experts

Snippets of workshops and hikes with experts speaking on their passionate topics.

Phloem, Lenticels,Cambium…Oh my!

On a cold day at the beginning of March, a group of hearty treehuggers assembled to learn more about trees and their bark than they ever thought possible!  The inspirational teacher was my good friend Michael Wojtech, the author of … Continue reading

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Laurie Sanders Gives a tour of the Northampton Meadows

Laurie led a group of very stout hikers into the Northampton  Meadows.  As always, Laurie and the Meadows didn’t disappoint!  She led the hike as part of the Kestrel Land Trust program to introduce people to beautiful land that was … Continue reading

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Kestrel Joins with Smith College to Protect 190 Acres

Hello Everyone,  Well Kestrel Land Trust did it again!  This time they partnered with Smith College to protect 190 acres in West Whately at the College’s Ada & Archibald MacLeish Field Station.  It’s purpose was to preserve important wildlife habitat … Continue reading

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Discovery Day Doings at Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary!

Take a look at all the fun activities I had at Mass Audubon’s Discovery Day at Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary!  John Green led a nature walk, Blanche Derby educated people on what you can eat in the wild, and Tom Ricardi … Continue reading

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