Woodland Connections for Women, April 21, 2016
Woodland Connections for Women
Thursday, April 21st
Bidwell House, Monterey
Free and Open to all
Easy walk in the woods followed by lunch and discussion
Women offer a unique perspective when it comes to caring for the natural world. From managing wildlife habitat to working with your family to determine
the future of the land, women face an array of weighty issues concerning land ownership.
Come join other women for an enjoyable and easy woods walk through carefully tended trails at the Bidwell House led by a skilled naturalist. The walk will
be followed by a light lunch and an informal exchange of your questions, problems, and strategies for owning, managing and planning for your land.
Space is limited so please be sure to register by calling (413) 625-9151 x111 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Directions will be provided upon registration.
Sponsored by the Bidwell House, Franklin Land Trust, UMass Extension, Berkshire Natural Resource Council, the North Quabbin Regional Landscape Partnership,
MA Department of Conservation and Recreation, and the Monterey Preservation Land Trust.