Ah, the early weeks of fall, crisp evenings, vivid colors, critters scurrying about in full force. It is my favorite time of year. Despite sharing the sentiment of being “so over 2020,” I have been intentional about enjoying this season by disconnecting from distractions, taking it slow, and filling my lungs with fresh air.

I can often be found wandering in the woods, listening to the birds, identifying wildflowers, and hunting worms with my toddler. I am one of the people who have benefitted from Strawberry Hill’s recreational opportunities over the past several months, and I hope you are, too.

Kara Ferraro is the executive director of the Strawberry Hill Foundation. Strawberry Hill inspires stewardship of our natural world by connecting the community with educational opportunities.

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