September 10, 2017

1pm - 3pm

A Primer on Making Hay

At 1pm on Sunday, September 10th, enjoy a primer on making hay. Morris Tyler, who owns hayfields adjacent to Hartwell Meadow (a 5-acre parcel we are trying to preserve), will talk about the process of haying and the history of the area. Park in the field across from #107 Westford Road.  Refreshments will be served afterwards.  


Musketaquid Arts and Environment Program:

Wild Walks cosponsored by CLCT

In an effort to get more people, especially kids, out on the land, CLCT has partnered with Musketaquid Arts and the Environment to offer family "Wild Walks" on CLCT properties. Registration is through The Umbrella Arts at the link below.

Tree Stories

Sunday, September 10 from 1pm - 3pm

Arborist/Artist Andrew Joslin will lead a discovery of trees in the Nashawtuc Hill conservation areas.  He will teach you how to read a forest for its history, use strategies to identify trees, and share his knowledge about trees as communities.  Make tree bark rubbings to take home – make mud faces to leave behind on the trees. See registration information below.

Find Your Own Way

Sunday, October 15 from 1pm - 3pm

Learn to read a map, use a compass, and orient yourself in unfamiliar terrain.  Learn about different kinds of maps and make one of your own using a variety of natural and human-made materials.  Emphasis on illustrated guides that highlight the area’s distinctive features. See registration information below.

To register for either of these Musketaquid classes go to:
or call Nancy Lippe, Musketaquid Coordinator, at 978-371-0820 ext. 213
(CLCT makes its properties available for these events free of charge.)


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