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Interpretive walk with Tom Wessels: Keyes Woods Preserve
August 26, 2022 @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pmFree
You won’t see the woods the same way again!
Join author and terrestrial ecologist Tom Wessels for an interpretive walk to explore the ecology, natural, and cultural history of Keyes Woods Preserve. Specifically, Tom will be interpreting the history of the woodlands — whether they were once open agricultural land, impacted by wind events, fires, or logging — as well as unique plant adaptations and interesting coevolved interrelationships among the woodland species we encounter.
How to register
Please register using the button below. Note: this is the second of three interpretive walks with Tom on the same date. We anticipate high demand for these programs, so we ask that people register for only one. The first walk is at Plummer Point Preserve at 10:00 AM and the third is at Crooked Farm Preserve at 3:00 PM.
About Tom Wessels
Tom is professor emeritus at Antioch University where he founded the master’s degree program in Conservation Biology. As a terrestrial ecologist he has worked in forest, desert, arctic, and alpine ecosystems. Tom is the author of numerous books, with his latest being New England’s Roadside Ecology: Explore 30 of the Region’s Unique Natural Areas. He has conducted workshops on ecology, natural history, and sustainability throughout the country for over three decades.
Photo courtesy of Tom Wessels.