Recently, I’ve given several PowerPoint presentations about Champlain Area Trails that describe the biological richness of Champlain Valley’s natural communities and how we created CATS so people could get outside and enjoy our wonderful landscape. After my talk at the Paine Memorial Library in Willsboro, Patty Paine suggested that I let you and others know that we are happy to give presentations to your organization, school, church, or gatherings of friends.
So when you are thinking of speakers at any upcoming event and for any age group, please think of CATS and give us a call or send an email. We look forward to hearing from you. Learn more about CATS and how to contact us at champlainareatrails.com.
Here are some upcoming activities you may be interested in:
Thursday, August 7th, 9:00 am. – Our summer intern Charlotte will be leaving us shortly to return to school. Please join her this week for Thursday on the Trail with Charlotte as we cut grass and do general maintenance while hiking the scenic Bobcat Trail. We will meet at Dogwood Bread Company at 9:00 AM and should be done by noon.
Tuesday, August 26th and Sunday, September 14th – Our next two Mushroom Foraging Workshops should be “fungiful” which is the scientific term for lots of mushroom. I noticed yesterday that the Homestead Trail was fungiful so with this recent rain you’ll see many varieties of our fungi-friends. Visit our website for details and to register for one or both of the workshops.
Thursday, August 28th – The Soundwaves Concerts in Ballard Park every Thursday have been fabulous. This evening’s concert highlights Champlain Area Trails and features the wonderful music of Rebecca Martin and Larry Grenadier. We look forward to seeing you.
CATS Executive Director