Save the Date: Harvard Conservation Trust Storybook Trail, September 10-30 Introduce your children to the wonders of spending time in the woods with Harvard Conservation Trust’s Storybook Trail, featuring Henry Hikes to Fitchburg by D. B. Johnson. What: Storybook Trail walk When: September 10 – September 30. Drop in at your convenience (open dawn until […]
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Harvard Conservation Trust is partnering with Fivesparks to celebrate art and nature with the Destination:Nature Juried Art Show. Regional artists are invited to submit works inspired by Harvard’s conservation land. Artists – both those who create in plein air environments as well as studio artists and all artists who are inspired by nature are encouraged […]
Walk the New Storybook Trail The Harvard Conservation Trust invites you to visit the Storybook Trail featuring “The Mitten” by Jan Brett. This Storybook Trail experience is ideal for young readers of all levels. An easy 1/2 mile hike takes you through an open meadow, meanders into the forest and past a mysterious boulder field. […]
Guest Speaker Lindsay Randall, Expert on Local Indigenous Peoples Harvard, MA and the broader Nashoba Valley have a deep and rich indigenous history that spans over 15,000 years to the present day. HCT is pleased to announce that Lindsay Randall, Curator of Education and Outreach at the Robert S. Peabody Institute of Archaeology at Phillips […]
Watch Prof. Robert Thorson’s Presentation On Stone Walls. The Harvard Conservation Trust is excited to share the video of last week’s Speaker Series: Mysteries of Harvard’s Stone Walls Solved. Prof. Robert Thorson helped us understand why New England is only place in the US you find over stone walls. We have over 240,000 miles of […]