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April 2020

Meet the Trees: Virtual Learning with the Land

April 28 - August 28
Westhampton, MA Westhampton, MA, United States + Google Map
Michael Wojtech video

What’s a Tuliptree and what makes it special? How does a Beech tree make its leaves in the spring? Come on a short “walk” to meet the trees with conservation biologist Michael Wojtech—an expert in the trees of New England—to…

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Go Deep Into Vernal Pools: Virtual Learning with the Land

April 28 - August 28
Northampton Northampton, MA 01063 United States + Google Map
salamander video still

The woods are teeming with activity in the spring, as the frogs and salamanders we rarely see come to vernal pools to breed. Sit back and spend some time going deep into the pools with wildlife biologist Molly Hale and…

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May 2020

Mature Forests, Carbon & Climate: Learning with the Land

May 9 - August 28
Northampton Northampton, MA 01063 United States
Bob Leverett in woods video

Come visit with old-growth forest expert Bob Leverett at his own forest in Florence to learn about the role our local forests play in the carbon cycle and in mitigating climate change. Bob shares his scientific method for calculating the…

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Birds of the Valley: Learning with the Land

May 23 - August 28
Amherst, MA Amherst, MA United States + Google Map
Mike talking about warbler

Join two expert birders in the Pioneer Valley to learn about the lifestyles of a wide range of birds that call our region "home" for at least part of the year, including the American kestrel. David Peake-Jones and Michael Locher…

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July 2020

Forest Bathing: Learning with the Land

July 1 - September 30
Greenberg Family Conservation Area, 113 Southampton Road
Westhampton, MA 01027 United States
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Woman standing in stream

Join scientist Lori Benoit to learn about the simple practice of forest bathing, or shinrin-yoku, which originated in Japan. Take a calming walk through Kestrel Land Trust's Greenberg Family Conservation Area and learn the benefits and techniques you can use…

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