Join Westford Conservation Trust director Lenny Palmer who will lead a walk through the Cider Mill Pond conservation area.
We will check out the newly purchased Adams land, stop at the top of Little Tadmuck Hill and have a look at the “Indian Grinding Stone” with a suggestion of what caused this interesting hole in the granite.
This walk is appropriate for all ages, but area is not suitable for strollers. Sociable dogs on leash welcome.
Parking at Cider Mill entrance on Lowell Road. For further information contact Lenny Palmer at 978-392-9876
Location: Cider Mill Pond/Adams Land, Westford MA
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The Westford Stream Team is having an open house this Saturday, April 16th from 2:30 – 4:00pm in the Mary Atwood meeting Room, J.V. Fletcher Library. Stop by to learn more about the town and the trust’s water quality monitoring program, find out about last year’s results, and get some hands on experience with our sampling equipment.
Become a Citizen Scientist! Join us to learn more about how you can volunteer to monitor water quality in our streams for the 2016 season!
Rick Roth, a conservationist and teacher, runs The Creature Teachers, a family owned environmental and animal education company. His goal is to educate the public about the wonders and diversity of the animals that share our planet. Continue reading Annual Meeting on November 5, 2015→
If you enjoy the natural world, want to learn about Westford trails, wildlife, and history, could use some company, or just need to get out and stretch your legs, consider joining a guided trail walk sponsored by the Trust. Usually held on the first Saturday of the month from 9:00 – 10:30 a.m., these walks are open to all, free of charge, and fun! Walks take place rain or shine and no sign-up or pre-registration necessary. For details: Facebook Events Calendar