We switched up routines and celebrated winter as we explored land that is protected by the Land Trust in Williamstown. We enjoyed an amazing trail system and beautiful forests, and even learned more about invasive species in NYS.
We host complementary programs and hikes, thanks to our members and supporters, all year round.
To check out a series of photos, for each program or hike, click on the photos below...
Summer is defined by buttery sunshine and lazy paddles on your favorite waterway. Laughter and smiles filled the air during this nature-filled day. Join us on Saturday, August 5th for the opportunity to paddle this gorgeous stretch of river.
We took the path to a magical place in the core forest of Tug Hill. During this exploratory hike we saw the beginning of a 20-mile primitive trail where ground will be broken this summer. Stay tuned for trail work volunteer opportunities on our volunteer page!
Whooo knew people loved owls so much? This event, led by Executive Director Linda Garrett was a smashing success and we are planning more Owl Prowls in the future. While we did not see any owls, we did see a fox, deer, and a beaver out at the Wildlife Sanctuary.
Camden based photographer Emmanuel Vaucher led a photography workshop for local kids. They learned how to set up a great nature shot and enjoyed a fun morning outside in Forest Park.
Exploring beautiful Forest Park one morning with a fabulous group of like-minded people one summer morning. We saw some really great birds, and even learned how to bird by ear with expert birder Bob McNamara.