Adaptations for Winter

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Yesterday afternoon was bright, clear and crisp. A perfect fall afternoon to walk the loop trail at the Patrill Hollow Preserve in Hardwick.  Caren Caljouw, Stewardship Coordinator, lead the group on the mile and a half hike. We stopped to … Continued

Chuck Kidd remembered…

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More than 50 people gathered at Moose Brook Preserve on Sunday afternoon, October 28 to remember Chuck Kidd and dedicate EQLT’s new interpretive trail. Chuck was a professional fine arts photographer, outdoor enthusiast, and friend of the East Quabbin Land Trust. During the … Continued

Clear, warm and mosquito free!

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It was a clear, warm and mosquito free evening at Mandell Hill last night! Absolutely the perfect conditions for watching meteors. And that’s what thirty people did from the Chris Ellison Memorial Birding Platform area at the Mandell Hill Preserve … Continued

Informative Saturday events

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Participants on this early morning walk were treated to diverse wildflower displays under a shaded canopy of sugar maple and basswood while Vireos, Wood Thrushes, Northern Waterthrushes and many other songbirds provided their cheerful chorus and occasional glimpses. We even … Continued

Bring on the rain!

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Many thanks to the Quabbin Regional High School Envirothon team and their teacher Becky Bottomley for their hardwork creating a rain garden at the Frohloff Farm!! Envirothon teams representing schools and community organizations across the state prepare through the year … Continued

Beet greens!

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Yesterday the Kid Stop School Age Program was caught red handed–eating raw beets!  In preparation for their summer farming program at Frohloff Farm the children were learning about different plant foods.  They were given a picnic basket loaded with a … Continued