PROGRAMS & EXHIBITS
Nearly every weekend throughout the year, the Marshlands staff offers guided nature walks on a wide variety of topics. Our interpretive programs may cover any number of themes, ranging from identification of trees, wildflowers, insects, shorelife, birds, or rocks, to history, seasonal adaptations, edible plants, scavenger hunts, and art classes. Annual favorites also include a series of early-morning bird walks during the migration season, and programs celebrating the return of the ancient horseshoe crab to our shores every spring.
Volunteer work projects are also held on most Saturday afternoons from November through April for those interested in giving back to the Conservancy. Please visit the Volunteer page for more information.
In addition, each year Marshlands hosts two exhibits to showcase the skill of local artists and photographers, featuring only works created at the Conservancy. The art exhibit is generally on display from early February through the end of March, and the photography exhibit is open from October through November. All are welcome to participate in the exhibits; please call for more information.
All programs are family-friendly and offered free of charge. Please remember to dress appropriately for the weather! All walks begin at the visitor’s center unless otherwise noted. To allow for the enjoyment of all participants, organized groups are kindly asked to refrain from attending our weekend programs. Private programs may be scheduled by calling the visitor’s center.
Please click here for a list of the programs we have scheduled for the upcoming months, and check back often for updates.
Please note that the list is in PDF form; you will need a copy of Adobe Reader to view it.
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