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2020-21 Season Cross-Country Ski Passes for Notchview

Oct 17 2020
missing image2020-21 Season Cross-Country Ski Passes for Notchview are available to purchase now with a special offer for Trustee Members of $45 per adult, normally $65 per adult, from now through November 30.
Check out the Trustee’s website for more details and information about the cross-country (and snowshoeing) season at Notchview.
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Designing with Plant Communities | Online | October 21

Oct 14 2020
Designing with Plant Communities Presenter: Dan Jaffe Wilder, Horticulturist, Norcross Wildlife Sanctuary

Wednesday, October 21,  7:00 – 8:30pm
Where:  Online Webinar (By Zoom) CEUs:  APLD (1.5 credits); LA CES (1.5 credits); NOFA-AOLCP (1.5 credits)
Fee:  Free and open [continue reading]

Of Sewers and Shad and the Future of the Connecticut River with Andrew Fisk | Online | October 15

Oct 13 2020
Of Sewers and Shad and the Future of the Connecticut River with Andrew Fisk Thursday, October 15, 6:30-8:00pm
Online Event
Register at wistariahurst.org/events
Event details: 
Join us for a live, virtual program focusing on the Connecticut River! This lecture has been produced as part of [continue reading]

Outdoor Family Activity: Obstacle Course! | Amherst | October 7

Oct 5 2020
Outdoor Family Activity: Obstacle Course! Wednesday, October 7, 3:00-4:00pm
Mill River Recreation Park, 95 Montague Road, Amherst, MA
Hosted by  Amherst CFCE Early Childhood Community
Event Details :
Join us for our Outdoor Family Activity Series! Registration is REQUIRED- please see below for details. Week 1 is [continue reading]

Grow a Meadow, Large or Small | Online | October 14-15

Oct 3 2020
Kathy Connolly headshot.Grow a Meadow, Large or Small WORKSHOP
Instructor: Kathy Connolly ,  Speaking of Landscapes

Part One: October 14 | 4:00 – 7:00pm
Part Two: October 15 | 4:00 – 7:00pm
Where:  Online (By Zoom Meeting) CEUs:  APLD (2.75 credits)
Fee:  Member $78/ Non-member [continue reading]

Top 5 autumn hiking excursions from Western Massachusetts

Oct 2 2020
Top 5 autumn hiking excursions from Western Massachusetts With the trees fast turning with the colors of fall, I thought I’d share this oldie but goodie post about some of the best hikes to take for fall foliage her in Western Mass. Read the full article here: masslive.com [continue reading]

A rare blue moon will appear on Halloween making the sky a little bit spookier

Sep 26 2020
A rare blue moon will appear on Halloween making the sky a little bit spookier “You might not see a lot of trick-or-treating  this year but you will get to see a rare blue moon this Halloween.
October will have two  full moons , making the second, on Halloween, a “[continue reading]

Socially Distant Community Tree Planting Event | Greenfield | September 26

Sep 24 2020
Socially Distant Community Tree Planting Event Saturday, September 26, 8:30am-12noon
Lunt Field, Greenfield, MA
Hosted by   Franklin Land Trust
Event details:
Come help the Greenfield Tree Committee (GTC), the Greenfield Department of Public Works (DPW), and Franklin Land Trust (FLT) safely plant trees [continue reading]

Native Bees: Our Pollination Powerhouses | Online | September 23

Sep 22 2020
Native Bees: Our Pollination Powerhouses Wednesday, September 23, 7:00-8:30pm
Hosted by  Grow Native Massachusetts
Pre-register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/7915984600570/WN_2YuOGrWiQG6l1-eE10o6Ig
Event details:
Grow Native Massachusetts is proud to present our 2020 Evenings with Experts lecture series! This talk is free and open to all—click the tickets icon [continue reading]

Invasive Species – Crazy Jumping Worms | Online | September 16

Sep 14 2020
Invasive Species – Crazy Jumping Worms Wednesday, September 16,  7:00 – 8:30pm
Sponsored by Grown in Westhampton and Westhampton Public Library
Register here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEtcuirpjMsGtWL3sIHidvl5ig1t3LhD_bD
Free Event
Event Details:
“Most gardeners consider worms to be allies in the garden. They create rich castings and work the soil. There [continue reading]

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