WRL works to educate on environmental, community, and land use issues, and connect the community to the region’s natural heritage through natural and cultural history programs for all ages.
Join WRL and Tommy Richey for an evening of owls at Sheep Hill! Learn about Massachusetts owls through a short talk with wildlife biologist and owl expert Katherine Gura, owl [...]
Join us for the next conversation in the Knowing Your Landscape series on Invasive Species Management, Tuesday February 7 at 6pm at Sheep Hill or remotely. We will be joined by [...]
Eyes on the Land Book Group Join us for good food, good company and good conversation on contemporary books related to environmental issues, our connection to the land, nature and [...]
Land Use History of the Chestnut Trail Distance: 2 miles (round trip) Difficulty: Moderate Hike Leader: Dana Williams Where: Meet at Sheep Hill (carpooling, limited parking at trailhead) Join WRL naturalist, [...]
Come spend school break at Sheep Hill and learn about Animals in Winter for Grades K - 4! Led by WRL educators, this 4-day program will explore how animals [...]