Over the past year, many people have spent more time than ever outside. Outdoor spaces have provided the much-needed opportunity to get out of the house and spend quality time with friends and family. At Strawberry Hill, we have seen so many of you taking advantage of our beautiful trails and picnic spaces. This summer, we invite you to join us to learn, explore, and appreciate all nature has to offer. We are excited to offer a variety of public programs both at Strawberry Hill and across Adams County.

Little Timbers

Amanda Markle is the environmental education manager of the Strawberry Hill Foundation. Strawberry Hill inspires stewardship of our natural world by connecting the community with educational opportunities.

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