Morning Flow Yoga
Jan
19
9:00 AM09:00

Morning Flow Yoga

Heal and nourish the body during an hour of restorative yoga with instructor Bailey Miles in the Wildlands Trust Community Conservation Barn - all levels and ages welcome! Bailey teaches a gentle flow yoga focusing on mindfulness in motion and the anatomical body. Simply show up with a mat, water, and maybe a blanket. Please note that time change to a 9:00 am start time.

$8 Members / $15 Nonmembers Due at the Door

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Warm Flow Yoga
Jan
30
6:30 PM18:30

Warm Flow Yoga

Join instructor Bailey Miles for a warm (not hot!) yoga flow class in the Wildlands Trust Community Conservation Barn- all levels and ages welcome! Bailey teaches a gentle flow yoga focusing on mindfulness in motion and the anatomical body. Re-energize your spirit at this mid-week workshop! Simply show up with a mat, water, and maybe a blanket. We will set the heat around 75 degrees in the building, so dress accordingly.

$8 Members / $15 Nonmembers Due at the Door

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Winter Potluck in the Barn
Jan
31
6:30 PM18:30

Winter Potluck in the Barn

Warm up this winter with Wildlands Trust over a communal meal and informative talk! Bring a dish to share and hear from Wildlands Trust’s Director of Land Protection Scott MacFaden about the ways and means of conserving land in Southeastern Massachusetts. Our beautiful Community Conservation Barn at Davis-Douglas Farm is the perfect setting for a casual evening with fellow nature enthusiasts and your friendly local land trust staff!

Free Program

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Pizza & Beer Wildfire Fundraiser
Feb
2
5:00 PM17:00

Pizza & Beer Wildfire Fundraiser

Wildlands Trust and IndieFerm Brewing are joining forces to educate the public about wildfire and raise money for wildfire prevention and relief! Local fire professionals Alex Etkind and Jake McCumber will talk about wildfire science, history, and management out west and here in Southeastern Mass. while you enjoy pizza from BBC and Resilience IPA from IndieFerm. Proceeds support the Sierra Nevada Camp Fire Relief Fund and Wildlands Trust forest management.

$20 members / $25 nonmembers
Tickets must be purchased online.

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Hike & Hops
Feb
9
2:00 PM14:00

Hike & Hops

At Hike & Hops, explore beautiful trails and local breweries throughout Southeastern MA with Wildlands Trust! This month, join us at the Brockton Audubon Preserve and Shovel Town Brewing. Space is limited - tickets must be purchased online in advance!

$5 Members / $8 Nonmembers / Children 12 and Under Free

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Hike or Snowshoe with Malcolm
Feb
17
10:00 AM10:00

Hike or Snowshoe with Malcolm

Join Trail Guy Malcolm MacGregor and Wildlands Trust for a winter trail adventure! This month, we’ll take on Wildlands Trust’s Halfway Pond Preserve. Meet at the parking area on Mast Rd. for either a hike around Halfway Pond or a snowshoe on Gramp’s Loop. 

Free Program - Registration Required

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"Wildlife on the Move" Lecture Series: Shorebirds
Feb
28
6:30 PM18:30

"Wildlife on the Move" Lecture Series: Shorebirds

  • 675 Long Pond Road Plymouth, MA, 02360 (map)
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This winter, Wildlands Trust brings you Wildlife on the Move, a free lecture series spotlighting the fascinating lives of a few of Massachusetts’s seasonally local wildlife.

Join Manomet’s Director of Shorebird Habitat Management Brad Winn for a look at shorebird migration along the Atlantic Flyway. From super long to super short-distance, Brad will unravel the complexities of these shorebird migrations. Hear stories and see photos of shorebird life histories, and learn about conservation efforts to protect them. Attempts will be made to show scenes of warm sunlight for this February talk, but spoiler alert, many of these birds nest in the Arctic, and some in far southern Patagonia.

Free Program

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"Wildlife on the Move" Lecture Series: Monarch Butterflies
Mar
14
6:30 PM18:30

"Wildlife on the Move" Lecture Series: Monarch Butterflies

  • 675 Long Pond Road Plymouth, MA, 02360 (map)
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This winter, Wildlands Trust brings you Wildlife on the Move, a free lecture series spotlighting the fascinating lives of a few of Massachusetts’s seasonally local wildlife.

Join Professor Steven Reppert, MD for a look at the beauty and biology of the Monarch Butterfly migration. All aspects of the multi-generational migration of eastern North American monarch butterflies will be discussed. This will include a historical perspective, an overview of the annual migration cycle, a travelogue of the monarchs’ remarkable navigational abilities, and a discussion of current threats and conservation efforts.

Free Program

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"Wildlife on the Move" Lecture Series: Snowy to Saw-whet Owls
Apr
11
6:30 PM18:30

"Wildlife on the Move" Lecture Series: Snowy to Saw-whet Owls

  • 675 Long Pond Road Plymouth, MA, 02360 (map)
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This winter, Wildlands Trust brings you Wildlife on the Move, a free lecture series spotlighting the fascinating lives of a few of Massachusetts’s seasonally local wildlife.

For the last lecture in our 2019 series, learn all about Norman Smith's hands-on work with Snowy Owls. Since 1981, Norman Smith has spent countless days and nights, in every imaginable weather condition, observing, capturing, banding, and relocating Snowy Owls at Logan International Airport. Data has been collected on roosting, hunting, and behavior while on their wintering grounds. Since 2000, satellite transmitters have been attached to owls to learn more about their movements. Find out what has been learned to date, what questions remain and how this project developed to include research on Saw-whet Owls.

Free Program

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