Enjoying Sudbury's Conservation Areas

ENJOYING SUDBURY’S CONSERVATION AREAS

Instructed by Neela de Zoysa

Co-Sponsored by Sudbury Conservation Commission, Sudbury Valley Trustees & Friends of the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge

With over 4000 acres of public and private conservation land in Sudbury, every resident is within walking distance or a few minutes drive to a conservation area. This 3-week online course will introduce you to the National Wildlife Refuges, federally designated “Wild and Scenic” Sudbury River, state lands, town-owned conservation lands and Sudbury Valley Trustees’ properties. Get an orientation to the basic rules of use, best locations for hiking, birding, enjoying wildflowers, canoeing, family and dog friendly destinations with maps and easy-to-reference resource list. Neela de Zoysa is a Sudbury resident with 35 years of natural resource conservation expertise. She is a Core Instructor for the Native Plant Trust (former New England Wildflower Society) and member of Sudbury Valley Trustees’ Outreach Advisory Committee. Neela is a past Board member and Chair of Outreach for the Friends of the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge and former Research Associate of the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University.


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DATES

TIME

ONLINE

FEE

TUES

10/6-10/20

7:00-8:00PM

ZOOM

$59