Tree work, office closed TuesdayDear Public: Our office will be closed on Monday afternoon and all day Tuesday this week (3/20, 3/21) while we have a few tremendous and aging non-native trees removed. These Norway spruce have been wonderful sentinels at the entrance of our world headquarters at Sheep Hill, but it is time for them to make way ...
Campaign for Farmland ProtectionJoin us to preserve farmland in Williamstown Help us meet the Cook Family Challenge to raise $55,000 from the community for farmland preservation. The Cook siblings will meet your contribution dollar-for-dollar for a total of $110,000 towards the purchase and conservation of farmland and forest on Oblong Road. Contribute online below or with a check ...
RESCHEDULED Interpretive Hike: Taconic Trail
Woodchuck Wednesdays- Registration full!
Amphibian Night Walk
April Vacation Spring Nature Explorers - registration open now!
In this video, actress and Williamstown Theater Festival alumna Jessica Hecht introduces our land trust in northern Berkshire County, Massachusetts. Consider it your invitation to join us at our many WRL properties and events.
Williamstown Rural Lands News
Call for submissions: Rural Lands Arts & Literature ReviewMarch 20, 2023
A celebration of Williamstown natural and working landscapes through literature and art We are pleased to partner with Tupelo Press, and with the support of the Northern Berkshire Cultural Council,
Ways of Drawing class with Julia MorganJanuary 26, 2023
Coming soon to Sheep Hill: Ways of Drawing- Part 1: Drawing with graphite and pen with Julia Morgan! Mondays, 5 – 7:15 pm, February 6 – March 20 (6 weeks,
Kids Programs Schedule 2023January 26, 2023
Scholarships are available for all programs, please inquire with Dana Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org! Registration for all programs will appear here! Vacation Programs Four day nature programs for Grades K-4 February Vacation,
It is with gratitude and humility that we acknowledge that we are learning, speaking, hiking and gathering on the ancestral homelands of the Mohican people, the Indigenous people of this land. Despite tremendous hardship in being forced from here, today their community resides in Wisconsin and is known as the Stockbridge-Munsee Community. We pay honor and respect to their ancestors past and present as we commit to building a more inclusive and equitable space for all.