Do you dream of making wild wood sorrel sauce for your fish dinner? Serving up freshly foraged wild tubers? Naturalist Sarah Gladu, Coastal Rivers’ Director of Education and Community Science, will help you to get started. Join Sarah for a gentle walk around Salt Bay Farm to identify common wild edibles you are likely to find nearby. You’ll have the opportunity to taste some, such as pine bark chips and roasted groundnut. Click the program title for more info or to register.
Spend a fall afternoon with naturalist Sarah Gladu for a walk at Crooked Farm Preserve along the Pemaquid River. We will admire the changes that autumn brings, and take a close look at mosses, lichens, and other special features of the marshy habitat along the river. Click the program title for more info or to register.
November 17th is National Take a Hike Day! Join naturalist Sarah Gladu at Salt Bay Farm to stroll through rolling hayfields along the shores of Great Salt Bay. On this walk we'll visit ancient middens, see late migratory birds, and visit the salt marsh in hopes of spotting signs of mink and other wildlife. Click the program title for more info or to register.