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Fungi Field Trip

with Dianna Smith,
mycology educator

Saturday, September 20

Join mycology educator and photographer, Dianna Smith, who will lead us on a fascinating guided walk of fungi to be discovered at Mt. Toby. Participants will be given a general introduction to the evolution of fungi and their critical roles as recyclers, parasites and symbiotic associates of 90-95% of the earth's plants. Learn more...

Monarch Tagging

with Jennifer Unkles
Thursday, September 25, 4pm

Help with this ongoing citizen science project and get up close and personal with Monarch butterflies. Fun for all ages • FREE • Registration appreciated

Nature for Wellness

with Cassie Kollman
Saturday, October 4, 1pm-3pm

This is a nature connection workshop for adults with developmental, physical, or mental health disabilities.  It aims to find wellness and self-empowerment through interaction with the natural environment. Learn more...

The Hitchcock Center for the Environment’s mission is to foster a greater awareness and understanding of our environment and to develop environmentally literate citizens.