Take your mother for a turn around the Mason Farm Biological Reserve’s “old farm trail,” which travels through 260 years of cultural and natural history.
Naturalist Ed Harrison will point out wildflowers and discuss how the Garden’s intense management of both field and forest benefits local biological diversity conservation.
Wear sturdy hiking shoes and bring walking stick, insect repellent, and water.
Meeting place confirmed after registration.
Fee $15 ($12 NCBG members)