A photo of a deciduous forest in Autumn, with ferns growing in the shade under the trees.
Lower Bowker’s Woods; photo by Jim Schantz.

FREE TREE I.D. WALK at Lower Bowker’s Woods  

Learn how to identify trees with Berkshire Environmental Action Team (BEAT) on a leisurely 1-mile walk through an upland forest that meanders along the Housatonic River. Participants will learn key characteristics of common trees found in western Massachusetts and get tips to help identify them.

The walk will take place on Saturday, August 13, at 9:30 AM, lasting approximately 1.5 hours. They’ll meet at the trailhead of Lower Bowker’s Woods, a Laurel Hill Association property located near Stockbridge, MA. The trail is an easy walk with uneven terrain in some areas; it also intersects railroad tracks.

This event is FREE and open to the public. Anybody is welcome to come along, but the number of participants is limited. If you would like to join or want more details, email chelsey@thebeatnews.org or call 413-464-9402. 

This walk is sponsored by Berkshire Environmental Action Team. BEAT is a 501(c)(3) non-profit located in Pittsfield, MA. They work with the community to protect the environment for wildlife in support of the natural world that sustains us all. To learn more about BEAT, visit their website at www.thebeatnews.org, or contact them at team@thebeatnews.org, (413) 464-9402.

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