Enjoy the Mill River Trail walk 8 November at 1:00, 424 Grand Avenue.
Check here later for future trail work days.
Launch site is on Orange Street between Cold Spring Street and Farnham Drive.
Stay tuned for the next paddle date.
Stay posted for the next volunteer Work Day.
Visit the FERP website.
Use the Natural Resource Conservation Service's Rapid Ecosystem Assessment tool to evaluate riverine habitat at times to be posted. Beautiful existing data here.
Fishing, sunfish, birding, turtles! Watch this space!
Thomas Mulholland, of Cheshire's SpiritsAlive! returns to lead our #optoutside hike to Cheshire Cemetery, where we'll hear stories of prominent residents including Miss Betty Ives. Afterwards, Mark Kasinskas, forester and former CLT land trust president, will lead a quick hike on the eastern side of the farm and back to the barn for cocoa.
Leave the maddening crowds behind, get outside and walk off the holiday calories. This is a free event.
Start time: 10 a.m.
Duration: 1.5 hours
No dogs please.
Wear appropriate clothing and shoes.
Meet at Ives Farm, 1585 Cheshire Street. Park by the Ives Farm big red barn! See you then!
Bears are returning to Connecticut, maybe even the Mill River Watershed! Gail Cameron presented a program on "Black Bears in Connecticut" on 18 April at the Thornton Wilder Hall of Miller Library.
Explore the Mill River Bike trail with other riders. Dates to be posted.
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Public discussion of East Rock Park Important Bird Area Management Plan. took place on Tuesday 7 May at the Eli Whitney Museum, 915 Whitney Ave, Hamden.