Wednesday, July 30, 7 – 8:30 pm at BEEC
Each year BEEC fields many calls about orphaned wild babies. Patti Smith and Fred Homer, licensed rehabilitators, end up with their hands full. Fred has been rehabilitating birds for many years, and Patti has taken over the small mammals. They really could use some help! Do you love wildlife? Click here for more info!
Wednesday, July 23, 6-8:30 pm at BEEC
Take an evening stroll through BEEC’s fields and forest with herbalist Lucia Kloster. We will look for and learn about the many nourishing and healing plants that grow in Vermont in July. We will gather herbs to make a tea, and then head indoors to enjoy the tea while we make a salve or a lip balm using wild plants that grow in our region. This event is sponsored by the Women’s Freedom Center. Space is limited: please call the Women’s Freedom Center, 257-7364, to register.
A series of pollinator programs are being offered by BEEC, Southern Vermont Natural History Museum and Hildene.
Join us at BEEC:
Satuday June 14, 10am: Pollinators and Their Homes
Sunday June 22, 1pm: Pollinator Garden Design
Saturday July 19, 12pm: Investigating Local Pollinators
Click here for more information about the above programs and to see the other programs offered at the Museum and Hildene.
We’re looking forward to a fun filled summer exploring the fields, woods, pond and vernal pool of BEEC, finding the magic in nature, learning how to use map and compass, developing our naturalist and wilderness skills, and much more!
Click here for more information and to register!