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Woodland Connections for Women

May 3 2019

May 5th, 2019 – 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
In partnership with University of Massachusetts Extension and the Department of Recreation, Hilltown Land Trust will be hosting an event for women landowners about conservation options. We will hike through… [continue reading]

Spring Hike & Pancakes in Westhampton | March 24

Mar 18 2019

Mar 24th, 2019 – 10:00 am – 1:30 pm
Country Automotive
91A Southampton Rd
Westhampton
Celebrate spring’s arrival with two New England treasures: mountain laurel and maple syrup! Hilltown Land Trust and Kestrel Land Trust are teaming up to welcome spring with a morning hike at… [continue reading]

Growing Pollinator Pathways | Westhampton | September 25

Sep 20 2018
Growing Pollinator Pathways
Westhampton Public Library, 1 North Rd, Westhampton, MA
Tuesday, September 25, 7:00-8:30pm
Interested in learning more about how you can support pollinators in your garden and community? Check out this event with Western Mass Pollinators Network at the Westhampton Public Library . [continue reading]

The Biocitizen Blog

Jun 24 2019
Published by under Flora and Fauna, Westhampton
Biocitizen, based in Westhampton, MA, provides educational services within the field of environmental philosophy, including operating a school that teaches this subject in both traditional indoor classroom settings and outdoors at local, national and international sites. Biocitizen also conducts scholarly research, develops curricula and syllabi, trains teachers, and performs public outreach through a website, lectures
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The Hilltowns Region

Nov 10 2008
The Hilltowns include areas of Franklin, Hampshire and Hampden counties west of and above the hills bordering the Connecticut River rift valley. This is a rolling, wooded, lightly populated area of Massachusetts, and contains several important wildlife habitat areas and watersheds. Residents of the area are intimately familiar with New England’s fifth season – mud!
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