Sunday, February 24, 10 am - Join us on the town-owned 231 acre Post Farm for a snowshoe hike. Turn left off Housatonic Street at Woods Pond onto Willow Creek Rd. Hike leaders: Patty Spector & Bill Gop.
Wednesday, March 6. 10 am and Saturday, March 9, 10 am - Meet us in the parking lot behind the Hampton Inn & Suites for snowshoe hikes on the Toole Wildlife Preserve. Depending on ice conditions on the ponds, we'll traverse portions of the preserve that are not yet accessible in other seasons. Hike leader: Ken Kelly.
Three founders of the Land Trust were recently awarded Emeritus status, most recently Kevin Sprague, who served as Land Trust president during our early years. Charlie Liston and Gige Darey were also awarded Emeritus status, but unfortunately both passed away soon after the presentations of Emeritus status were made. Both had also previously been presented with life-time achievement awards by Lenox Land Trust, as pictured below.
Bill Gop, superintendent of public works for the Town of Lenox, has been elected to our board. Having grown up in Lenoxdale, he recently returned to his home town, bringing wide-ranging experience and a degree in conservation. He has quickly established himself as an important asset to the Town, and we welcome him to our board.
Pleasant Valley Sanctuary is now accepting applications for their Berkshire Nature Camp. Deadline is May 15 for applications, payment & all forms, but these popular camp slots often fill well before that. Campers range from 3 years old to 16, with one-week sessions starting June 14, running through August 16. Campers are grouped by age; the "Knee-High Naturalists" (ages 3-5) attend half a day, while the other age groups are full-day programs. Click below for details & application form: