Outdoor & Unplugged: How’d That Get There?
March 15 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
It’s taken billions of years to create New England’s hills, forests, streams and fields. Learn more about how our landscape came to be with this outdoor adventure in the Alnoba woods.
Our naturalist, Rose, will read a story and then guide you on a forest walk. You’ll learn about how glaciers like to roll stones and why New England’s trees are smaller than those in other parts of the country. Explore the history of our iconic stone walls and hear how earthquakes in New Hampshire are different from those in California.
Please bring your own water bottle. A healthy snack will be provided.
Notes: Please plan on walking with the group at a gentle pace for two hours through woods and meadows. Bring appropriate footwear. We adventure out in rain, snow or shine because walking in the woods is magical no matter the weather! Guests should meet Rose in the Alnoba parking lot.