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Earth Day Hike
Meet at the FENCE center for a leisurely hike through the trails on FENCE property. AmeriCorps member, Michael McClure will lead this hike, focusing on different things encountered along the trails. Families with elementary aged children are encouraged to attend to get out, explore, and enjoy nature on Earth Day. We hope to see you for this great family friendly hike!
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Mountain Laurel Hike at FENCE
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Kid's Nature Club
The activities offered will be both fun and educational aimed to engage children between the ages of 5 and 12. The “Kids Nature Club” will be offered free and open to the public and will be held on a drop in basis, so adults should plan to accompany their children while at FENCE. Families are encouraged to bring their kids by for the “Kids Nature Club” but also spend some time during their visit exploring the trails. This month’s theme is Insects. Kids will get a chance to investigate some insects and create an insect themed craft.
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Kid's Nature Club
The activities offered will be both fun and educational aimed to engage children between the ages of 5 and 12. The “Kids Nature Club” will be offered free and open to the public and will be held on a drop in basis, so adults should plan to accompany their children while at FENCE. Families are encouraged to bring their kids by for the “Kids Nature Club” but also spend some time during their visit exploring the trails.
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Gardening Seminar
“Graceful Grasses” with Linda Cobb, Master Gardener and Garden Author.
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File Press Release
New FENCE Executive Director
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Invasive Plant Removal
Cancelled due to weather. Please check back for reschedule date in May. In support of National Volunteer Week, April 16th – 20th, FENCE is hosting an invasive species removal project. Invasive plants destroy countless acres of native habitat. They often decrease or eliminate the biodiversity that exist within these ecosystems. Removing invasives helps to restore that biodiversity.
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Outdoor Hazards from the Animal World
Carlton Burke will be giving an educational presentation on the animal hazard you may encounter when enjoying the outdoors.
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Mushroom log inoculation class
Greg Carter, of Deep Woods Mushroom, will be offering a mushroom inoculation class at FENCE. Pre-registration is required.
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Mushroom log class
Greg Carter will be offering a mushroom inoculation class at FENCE.
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