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Join us for a hike with ISA Arborist Lou Meyer of The Davey Tree Expert Company! Come learn about invasive species affecting the trees of the Maryland forests. Lou will discuss the Emerald Ash Borer and the newly present Spotted Lanternfly, including what to look for, how to protect your trees, and what the future of our forests look like.Find out more »
In partnership with the Friends of Patapsco Valley State Park, Authors Betsy McMillion and Ed Johnson will present the history of Patapsco Valley State Park and their new book in the "Images of America Series." From its humble beginnings in 1907 as a 43-acre forest reserve to its expansion to over 16,000 acres today, this hidden gem has become a refuge for wild animals and native vegetation and a retreat from suburban and city life. With over 200 miles of…Find out more »
Join Naturalist Woody Merkle and members of the Howard County Bird Club for an introduction to becoming familiar with the seasonal bird visitors we call migratory species, and resources for continuing to learn more. After an introduction covering the basics of identifying migratory birds, we will take a walk about the Belmont grounds in search of some of these species. FREE, Advance registration recommended Register now! Photo by Richard OrrFind out more »
Learn how to craft and hone your storytelling skills in a fun, small-group setting with professional storyteller, Leigh Tillman. Become a more engaging and effective storyteller - whether with family and friends, in your community, or for professional effectiveness at work. NOTE: Registration fee includes a complementary ticket to the previous night storytelling event. Advanced registration required – Space is limited; 18 and older. $75 per person. Register Now!Find out more »
Hike along the trails in Patapsco Valley State Park to Rockburn Branch with the Mountain Club of Maryland! We will depart from Belmont Manor and Historic Park. Stops will include hiking tips and history of the area. The hike will include some small stream crossings and hills. Moderate hike, total distance is approximately 4.3 miles. FREE. Advance registration recommended, program may fill. Check website in case of inclement weather.Find out more »
Online registration ends 24 hours prior to the event. If a program is canceled by the Conservancy, participants will be notified and offered a refund. All other program fees are non-refundable and support educational programs at the Conservancy. Organized groups may not be able to be accommodated at our free programs. Please contact the Conservancy about scheduling a separate program for your group.