Time: Sat, Jun 15, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Visit a co-operative permaculture neighborhood to see how the residents strive to create a landscape that nurtures a balance between wildlife, farm-life, and human activities. Visit a pollinator garden, walk along Thompson Brook (wildlife travel corridor from Frye Mountain to Ruffingham Meadow); see small-scale experiments in livestock pasture management, gravity fed irrigation and moldering composting toilet. There will be time for conversation, community building and questions and answers.
This is part of a series of wildlife habitat walks on June 15, July 13 and August 17.
Each walk will feature the observation and discussion of wildlife habitat initiatives that these individuals have taken on their land. There will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions and gain insight into the impact their efforts have had on wildlife. These walks represent a wonderful opportunity for participants to learn what can be done (and how to do it) to support wildlife.