Hidden Treasures 2018

Announcing the 2018 Hidden Treasures Event –

Nashoba Woodlands:Featuring Cobb and Yapp Families’ Conservation Areas

Saturday May, 19, 2018, from 9 am to 3 pm

Parking at kiosk, 426 Newtown Road, Littleton, MA

 

Nashoba Woodlands are calling your name! Enjoy discovery activities for kids and adults throughout the day. Have a close encounter with local wild animals courtesy of Rick Roth; walk with botanist to see wildflowers bursting into bloom; join Audubon staff to learn about the wonders of a vernal pool in spring; go on guided walks, or on your own to experience nature and view geology/glacial sites. Kids get a close look at Fort Rock and wildflowers and trees along the way. See special spots enjoyed by children growing up on the Yapp farm. Learn from display how Cobb’s Chicks became an international poultry company. Plus there is a continuous display of history and pictures in the Exhibit Tent, and on-going field activities provided by the Park and Recreation Department. Come spend an hour, or bring your lunch and stay all day.

See www.LittletonConservationTrust.org for more information.

Schedule of Activities:

8:45 am – 3 pm          Welcome Tent open

9 – 10 am            Guided Discovery Walk for kids to Fort Rock – Michelle Barry

10 – 11 am           Meet Native Wild Animals – Rick Roth, Creature Teacher

10 – 11 am           Guided Nature Walk – Cobb Conservation Area – Don MacIver

11 am – 12 n                 Guided Walk – Vernal Pool Exploration – Drumlin Farm staff

12 n – 1 pm                 Guided Walk – Vernal Pool Exploration – Drumlin Farm staff

12 n – 1 pm                 Guided Walk – Spring Wildflowers – Neela de Zoysa, Wild Flower Society

1 – 2 pm               Guided Nature/Geology Walk – Yapp Conservation Area – Bill Vales

1 – 2 pm               Guided Discovery Walk for kids to Fort Rock – Michelle Barry

3 pm                    Close

 

The 2018 Nashoba Woodlands Program is the fourth year that the Historical Society has collaborated with the Littleton Conservation Trust and with the town’s Conservation and Historical Commissions to organize an enjoyable, informative, community-wide event for kids and adults of all ages. Once again, we have lined up experts to share their special knowledge to teach about their areas of expertise. Activities to inform and entertain will be available. There are also displays in the Exhibit Tent about the Cobb and Yapp families that once farmed the land.

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