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Nature Journaling 101

Nature Journaling can take many different forms, but its main purpose is to record observations of the natural world. It is not a new practice – scientists have often used it in fieldwork to record their findings and collect raw data. Thankfully there are no pressures...

Uxbridge BioBlitz: Top 7 Moments

On June 16th, the Land Trust hosted the Uxbridge BioBlitz on one of our protected properties. Since the program started in 2016, volunteers and experts like you have joined us for 6 BioBlitzes, finding and identifying over 1100 species! For this 7th BioBlitz, we’re...

Happy Valley BioBlitz

May 4th & 5th 2018 Over the course of the two days, experts, volunteers, and local students searched high and low for species that had emerged after the ice storm only 3 weeks prior. Groups explored the forests, meadows, and wetlands, finding warblers perched in...