READING WARNER'S HISTORIC LANDSCAPE - SEPTEMBER 18th, 1pm
Richard Cook, Rebecca Courser and Sherry Gould will lead us on a walk on a class six road in Warner. There they will help us to "read the forested landscape," a phrase made popular by naturalist and Tory Hill author Tom Wessels. We'll learn to interpret the clues found in the landscape caused by human activity for hundreds, if not thousands of years.
Registration limited to 20 people.