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Conservancy naturalists love to share wonderful stories about the Conservancy's land and the plants and animals on it. Bring your family and join an age-appropriate group with a naturalist for an hour-long walk across the meadows, or on woodland paths, to the restored Davis Branch watershed, to a State Champion Tulip Poplar, to our community garden, and/or to visit the chickens and goats on our farmstead. Wear closed shoes and appropriate hiking clothing. If raining, check website. Advance registration recommended.…Find out more »
Since forever, birds have been migrating and feeding themselves using their incredible instincts and biological gifts. Human progress has created immense urban light islands and transportation arteries that fill the night time skies with distracting lights, disrupting migration paths. Commercial and residential buildings are sheathed in reflective glass, which are not understood by bird vision, causing impact collisions. There are so many things we can do – some SO simple – to mitigate the significant decline in our songbird populations. …Find out more »
Bring your family, walk through the meadow and along the stream to the woodland campfire ring. Listen to the birds singing at dusk. Gather around the crackling fire and hear legend-stories about the Equinox, sing old-time songs, roast marshmallows, and enjoy s’mores with Holly and George Stone.. Hike back in time to watch the sun set over horizon –exactly due west – and hear other interesting astronomical facts about the Fall Equinox. Advance registration required, $4 per person (2 and under…Find out more »
It's harvest time: ideal for the annual, old fashioned Fall Festival at the Conservancy! Watch blacksmiths hammering iron in their shop, listen to blue grass music and explore the historic three-century-old farm. Visit our pygmy goats, the chickens, Onyx the snake, and Ranger the barred owl, and many visiting farm animals. There are children's crafts, pumpkin decorating and hayrides . Browse the craftsmen's stations to admire woolspinning, woodturning, gourd decorating, and more. Leap the hay bales. Stock up on grass-fed…Find out more »
Join us for our annual storytelling events! You will be mesmerized by personal stories from a cross section of people in our amazing Howard County community. Recommended for 18 and older. Advance registration recommended, program may sell out. Looking for our storytelling workshop on November 9? Click here for more information and to register.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.