Harwich Conservation Trust Programs

There may be snow on the ground now, but spring is right around the corner.  Previous posts have mentioned Connie Boyce’s Wednesday Walks for the birders.  For folks who want a different experience and really aren’t “into birds”, the Harwich Conservation Trust is offering regular programs every month.  You might want to consider one of these walks in combination with our Daylight Savings package!

Botany in Bell’s Neck Conservation Lands
Saturday, March 9th, 10:00 am

Join botanist Rich Eldred for a walk through the Town’s Bell’s Neck Conservation Lands, learning about different plants as you wander wooded trails overlooking open water and salt marsh.

Registration
: This walk is free, but please register in advance by emailing hctwalks@gmail.com or calling HCT at 508-432-3997 and pressing 4.


Directions:
 From Harwich Center, go west on Great Western Rd. Turn left onto Bell’s Neck Road (dirt). Drive 0.25 mile and park along the shoulder near the trailhead kiosk.


Walk the Hawksnest Woods
Sunday, March 10th, 10:00 am

Join veteran walk leader Irwin Schorr as he interprets the six ponds Hawksnest conservation lands.

Registration: This walk is free, but please register in advance by emailing hctwalks@gmail.com or calling HCT at 508-432-3997 and pressing 4.

Directions:  From Route 6, Exit 11, go west on Spruce Rd.  Park on the shoulder of Spruce Rd. near the intersection with Hawksnest Rd. (not marked).

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