The Barrington Land Conservation Trust welcomes you to a walk with Amy O’Donnell. You will study invertebrates in a meadow and woodland at St Andrews Farm. Learn about native plants, pollinators, and the role of hedgerows in supporting our native wildlife. We visit an ancient oak tree.
It’s free and perfect for families. An off-road stroller is fine. Dogs on leash are also welcome. Dress for the afternoon’s weather. If it is hot, be sure to bring some water. Tick protection is recommended. Learn more about the Land Trust at http://www.blct.org/
Directions: 101 Middle Highway in Barrington. From County Rd (Route 114), turn west onto Federal Road opposite the “White Church Bridge”. At the end of Federal, turn north/right onto Middle Highway and then left onto the paved driveway beyond the soccer fields which leads to a large parking area. Meet at the trail entrance at the corner of the parking area.
It starts at 6:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.