Land Matters – Walk and Talk Property Tours
The Aquidneck Land Trust is excited to announce its 2016 Land Matters Walk and Talk Property Tours! This educational program gives the public the opportunity to get out on the land we are conserving, and connect with nature and ALT’s work. Please come prepared for a 1-2 hour long tour. Sturdy shoes and appropriate outdoor clothing are strongly recommended. Please make reservations with Alex Chuman, Stewardship Director, at 401-849-2799 x 14 or email@example.com.
Bird Banding with Jim Chace on the Sweet Flag Partners Property – Sunday, September 18 at 9am
Learn about Salve Regina University Professor Jim Chace and his students’ migratory bird research on Bailey Brook. The Aquidneck Land Trust worked in partnership with the Town of Middletown to preserve this parcel of land buffering Bailey Brook. Bailey Brook is a primary source of drinking water for Middletown and Newport residents. It also serves as habitat for several migratory bird species. Have you ever seen birds being banded? Here’s your chance!
This free tour will be led by Aquidneck Land Trust Board Member Jim Chace and his students at Salve Regina University. Plan to meet at 9am on Sunday, September 18. Please park at the Middletown Police Station located at 123 Valley Road, Middletown, RI. Parking is limited so please carpool.
(Photo Credit: Howard Schlessinger)