It is never too early to think spring, especially with the unseasonably warm weather this January. Spring marks a new beginning, fresh buds bloom, the earth thaws, and animals start to emerge. The changes in our environment are worth experiencing in person. This spring, I encourage you to join Strawberry Hill for one of the many educational opportunities we offer. Below is a lineup of our field trips, guided hikes, and events that are best enjoyed in spring.

Maple Sugaring Hike

Elizabeth Ryan is the education and outreach coordinator for the Strawberry Hill Foundation. Strawberry Hill inspires stewardship of our natural world by connecting the community with educational opportunities.

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