Save the Dates! More Events Planned for River Walk
Following on our March for Science, Month of Birding, and Riverside Music Connects, lots more community events are planned for 2017
Sat. July 15th Tree Walk with Tom Ingersoll:
9am-11am. A guided exploration of the riverine forest.
Sat. Sept. 9th Riverside Trails Forum with Peter Jensen:
10am-12pm. Learn about the complexities and accomplishments of riverside trail development.
Sundays Sept. 17th, 24th, & Oct. 1st Interpretive Stroll on the River Walk with Elia Del Molino:
June 1, 2017
10am-11am. Tour this designated National Recreation Trail and discover its historic, cultural and ecological significance. CLICK
Calling All Photographers!
First Annual GBLC Photo Contest 2017
The Great Barrington Land Conservancy (GBLC) is launching our first annual free photo contest. Anyone can submit up to ten photos of Great Barrington landscapes (or closeups!), in any season, by July 30, 2017 including photos taken before now. CLICK
May 30, 2017
Visit Du Bois exhibit
W.E.B. Du Bois: Champion of Rivers at Home and Around the World. Du Bois River Garden Park. CLICK
May 28, 2017
Celebrate National Trails Day at River Walk
Saturday June 3, 2017 9am-1:30pm
May 27, 2017
Hikes, Paddle, History Walk, Children’s activity and Community Potluck Picnic/ FREE
Meet at the Du Bois River Garden Park (corner of Church and River Streets in Great Barrington) to explore the natural landscape through a variety of activities–hiking, paddling, history walk and a riverside activity for children. Potluck picnic at 12:30. For more information, CLICK, contact Christine Ward info@GBLand.org or CLICK
Riverside Music at River Walk
Saturday May 20, 2017
Thank you Sam Rosen and all the musicians for helping us celebrate spring with riverside music in the Du Bois River Park and along the downstream trail. A great time was had by all. CLICK
May 20, 2017
Guided Birding on the River Walk
Guided Birding at Great Barrington River Walk
Wednesdays, May 24 and 31, 2017, at 7 AM and/or 6 PM.
Grab your binoculars as we capture spring bird activity along the Housatonic River corridor.
Join Christine Ward and Sharon Siter for a morning or evening guided birding tour.
Contact Christine Ward at email@example.com CLICK
May 3, 2017
March for Science
On April 22, 2017, two hundred Berkshire scientists, science teachers, science advocates, and the Berkshire Stompers brass band joined the world-wide March for Science and its 600+ satellite marches to demonstrate our passion for science and sound a call to support and safeguard the scientific community. CLICK
April 22, 2017
River Walk is open. Join us!
The trail is open for the spring, summer and autumn seasons. Want to volunteer? We welcome individuals or special groups. CLICK
April 21, 2017