Friends of the Middlesex
Fells Reservation
Dedicated to the protection and harmonious use of the Fells

Upcoming events

    • January 31, 2018
    • January 31, 2027
    Register

    Volunteer with the Friends of the Fells and help us to 

    preserve, protect and promote the amazing Middlesex Fells!

    • November 16, 2018
    • November 16, 2027
    Register

    Adopt a trail with the Friends of the Fells and help us to 

    preserve, protect and promote the amazing Middlesex Fells!

    • October 12, 2019
    • 7:00 AM
    • October 27, 2019
    • 7:00 PM
    • DCR Greenwood Park, 176 Pond St, Stoneham, MA 02180

    Fall Feature Story Walk®

    Saturday, October 12 – Sunday, October 27

    Join DCR's Fall Feature Story Walk® this beautiful autumn season. Walk a trail, read a story, use your senses, and connect with your surroundings. Fall is a perfect time to tramp through the woods and enjoy the magic of reading together outdoors!

    WHY DO LEAVES CHANGE COLOR?
    Written by Betsy Maestro and illustrated by Loretta Krupinski

    Come and participate in this self-guided walk for children and adults! Enjoy the gorgeous fall colors and learn why all our green leaves turn to orange, red, and yellow!

    ABOUT THE TRAIL
    Crystal Springs Trail at Greenwood Park (across from Stone Zoo) starts from the parking lot behind the granite wall. The trail is an easy walk - about ¼-mile - and CAN accommodate jogging strollers.

    All Story Walk® events are open to the public, self-guided, run dawn to dusk, and are free of charge.

    The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR), Mass in Motion, the North Suburban Child & Family Resource Network, Medford Family Network, and the Friends of the Fells would like to acknowledge and thank the Story Walk® Project, created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Vermont Bicycle & Pedestrian Coalition and the Kellogg-Hubbard Library, for their work and inspiration.
    • October 22, 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Flynn Rink, 300 Elm St, Medford
    Register

    Babes in the Woods Program

    Since 1999, Babes in the Woods is the Friends of the Fells’ popular weekday family hiking program. Caregivers carrying babies are welcome on these fun guided hikes through the Middlesex Fells Reservation. Babes in the Woods is an adult-paced hike designed for parents who carry their children. These hikes are not recommended for young children who walk.

    We recommend that you bring along snacks and drinks, and make sure to dress for the weather—depending on the season, some trails may be muddy or icy in spots.

    Location changes weekly. 

    Please note that hikes are not accessible for strollers. 

    For our participants' comfort, we don't allow dogs to hike with us.

    Our walks are cancelled only if it is raining or snowing.

    Check our Facebook page for the latest details: 

    https://www.facebook.com/BabesinWoodsFells/


    • October 23, 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Long Pond Parking Lot, Winchester, MA

    We welcome you to take a peep and/or help us gathering science field information relating to plants, birds, and insects at the Fells. In the end, it's likely that you'll love it so much that you'll want to join our group of citizen scientists.  

    In the course of 3+ hours, we survey 6 sites (4 plant phenology sites + 2 arthropod monitoring sites). We also monitor bird activity at 2 ponds. We'll record information following nationally standardized phenology and biodiversity protocols (and fed to shared global platforms).  

    Age: Adults (16+) & Seniors.

    ⚠️ Hiking pace between sites: Fast. We'll start with our Long Pond sites then get to our Bellevue sites. Between sites, we will hike relatively fast yet very quietly, on the lookout for any kind of signs. This is a great way opportunity to learn how to be alert and in tune with our environment, and to discover our urban woodland's biodiversity and cycles.

    Details & Registration: This is an RSVP event. If you intend to come, we ask you kindly that you let us know, so that we can communicate with you about what to wear and what to bring, as well as to be able to inform you if there is any change plan due to weather and other reasons. Register here » Thanks!

    ✉ For any question, you can contact Claire at citizenscience@earthwiseaware.org
    About EwA Citizen Science Programs » https://tinyurl.com/ewa-citizen-science

    #nature #ecology #biodiversity #phenology #conservation #citizenScience #science

    • October 26, 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Flynn Rink Parking Lot, Medford, MA 02155

    Join Laura & Claire for a lovely Biodiversity walk in the Fells exploring how seasons pass affect and shape our plants and wildlife in our beautiful urban forest. We'll enjoy, observe and record the flora and fauna in various locations of the woods, starting from the Flynn Rink parking lot.

    This is part of our effort to study biodiversity and collect data about the impact of climate change on the synchronicity of fauna and flora phenophases (i.e., observable stages or phases in the annual life cycle of a plant or animal that can be defined by a start and endpoint). This is a great way opportunity to learn how to be alert and in tune with our environment, and to discover our urban woodland's biodiversity and cycles.

    If we pass by our study sites in that area, we'll also record information following nationally standardized phenology protocols (and fed to shared global platforms).

    Age: Adults (16+) & Seniors.

    ⓘ Details & Registration: This is an RSVP event. If you intend to come, we ask that you let us know, so that we can communicate with you about what to wear and what to bring, as well as to be able to inform you if there is any change plan due to weather and other reasons. Register here today » Thanks!

    ✉ For any question, you can contact Claire at citizenscience@earthwiseaware.org
    ⓘ About EwA Citizen Science Programs » https://tinyurl.com/ewa-citizen-science

    #nature #ecology #biodiversity #phenology #conservation #citizenScience #science

    • October 28, 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Middlesex Fells, Medford High School Parking Lot, Medford

    This is a great community-based conservation initiative for advancing ecosystem and wildlife conservation. The EwA Vernal Pool Awareness & Protection program helps the protection of the vernal pools and wetland habitats of the Middlesex Fells Reservation through science, partnerships, and education.

    This program is about scientific research and wetland conservation efforts paired with a training experience for our guests and new volunteers. The program focuses on the vernal pools of the Middlesex Fells Reservation that are not yet ‘certified’ (following the definition of Vernal Pools as defined by the State of Massachusetts). Working with local herpetologists, our goal is to certify those potential pools so that they get protected under the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act regulations. Doing so, we close species migration gaps between the non-certified and certified pools, therefore directly improving the conservation of wetland species, and specifically of the species of the Fells.

    Age: Adults (16+) & Seniors.

    Details & Registration: This is an RSVP event. A few days before the event, we email the exact rendezvous (which entrance to the Fells), what to wear and what to bring. We also inform you if there is any change plan due to weather and other reasons. Register here today » Thanks! 

    ✉ For any question, you can contact Claire at citizenscience@earthwiseaware.org
    ⓘ About EwA Citizen Science Program » https://tinyurl.com/ewa-citizen-science

    #nature #ecology #biodiversity #herpetology #conservation #citizenScience #science
    • October 29, 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Bellevue Pond, 68 South Border Rd, Medford
    Register

    Babes in the Woods Program

    Since 1999, Babes in the Woods is the Friends of the Fells’ popular weekday family hiking program. Caregivers carrying babies are welcome on these fun guided hikes through the Middlesex Fells Reservation. Babes in the Woods is an adult-paced hike designed for parents who carry their children. These hikes are not recommended for young children who walk.

    We recommend that you bring along snacks and drinks, and make sure to dress for the weather—depending on the season, some trails may be muddy or icy in spots.

    Location changes weekly. 

    Please note that hikes are not accessible for strollers. 

    For our participants' comfort, we don't allow dogs to hike with us.

    Our walks are cancelled only if it is raining or snowing.

    Check our Facebook page for the latest details: 

    https://www.facebook.com/BabesinWoodsFells/


    • November 05, 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Botume House Visitor Center, 4 Woodland Rd, Stoneham
    Register

    Babes in the Woods Program

    Since 1999, Babes in the Woods is the Friends of the Fells’ popular weekday family hiking program. Caregivers carrying babies are welcome on these fun guided hikes through the Middlesex Fells Reservation. Babes in the Woods is an adult-paced hike designed for parents who carry their children. These hikes are not recommended for young children who walk.

    We recommend that you bring along snacks and drinks, and make sure to dress for the weather—depending on the season, some trails may be muddy or icy in spots.

    Location changes weekly. 

    Please note that hikes are not accessible for strollers. 

    For our participants' comfort, we don't allow dogs to hike with us.

    Our walks are cancelled only if it is raining or snowing.

    Check our Facebook page for the latest details: 

    https://www.facebook.com/BabesinWoodsFells/


    • November 06, 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Long Pond Parking Lot, Winchester, MA

    We welcome you to take a peep and/or help us gathering science field information relating to plants, birds, and insects at the Fells. In the end, it's likely that you'll love it so much that you'll want to join our group of citizen scientists.  

    In the course of 3+ hours, we survey 6 sites (4 plant phenology sites + 2 arthropod monitoring sites). We also monitor bird activity at 2 ponds. We'll record information following nationally standardized phenology and biodiversity protocols (and fed to shared global platforms).  

    Age: Adults (16+) & Seniors.

    ⚠️ Hiking pace between sites: Fast. We'll start with our Long Pond sites then get to our Bellevue sites. Between sites, we will hike relatively fast yet very quietly, on the lookout for any kind of signs. This is a great way opportunity to learn how to be alert and in tune with our environment, and to discover our urban woodland's biodiversity and cycles.

    Details & Registration: This is an RSVP event. If you intend to come, we ask you kindly that you let us know, so that we can communicate with you about what to wear and what to bring, as well as to be able to inform you if there is any change plan due to weather and other reasons. Register here » Thanks!

    ✉ For any question, you can contact Claire at citizenscience@earthwiseaware.org
    About EwA Citizen Science Programs » https://tinyurl.com/ewa-citizen-science

    #nature #ecology #biodiversity #phenology #conservation #citizenScience #science

    • November 07, 2019
    • 9:15 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Bellevue Pond Parking Lot, South Border Rd. (opposite #70), Medford

    Autumn at Bellevue Pond

    Thursday,  November 7
    9:15 - 11:30 am

    Leader:  Boot Boutwell

    We will take a walk in the area of Bellevue Pond searching for plants that are still in flower as well as plants that are in fruit.  We’ll also look for winter weeds, those hardy herbaceous (non-woody) plants whose skeletons decorate the autumn and winter landscape.  The walk will focus on plant ID as well as fun and interesting natural history.  Perhaps we’ll see a few witches and skeletons left over from Halloween! 

    Meet at the Bellevue Pond parking lot on South Border Rd (opposite #70) in Medford.  Steady rain cancels.

    Contact:  Boot (781-729-4712)

    • November 11, 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Middlesex Fells, Medford High School Parking Lot, Medford

    This is a great community-based conservation initiative for advancing ecosystem and wildlife conservation. The EwA Vernal Pool Awareness & Protection program helps the protection of the vernal pools and wetland habitats of the Middlesex Fells Reservation through science, partnerships, and education.

    This program is about scientific research and wetland conservation efforts paired with a training experience for our guests and new volunteers. The program focuses on the vernal pools of the Middlesex Fells Reservation that are not yet ‘certified’ (following the definition of Vernal Pools as defined by the State of Massachusetts). Working with local herpetologists, our goal is to certify those potential pools so that they get protected under the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act regulations. Doing so, we close species migration gaps between the non-certified and certified pools, therefore directly improving the conservation of wetland species, and specifically of the species of the Fells.

    Age: Adults (16+) & Seniors.

    Details & Registration: This is an RSVP event. A few days before the event, we email the exact rendezvous (which entrance to the Fells), what to wear and what to bring. We also inform you if there is any change plan due to weather and other reasons. Register here today » Thanks! 

    ✉ For any question, you can contact Claire at citizenscience@earthwiseaware.org
    ⓘ About EwA Citizen Science Program » https://tinyurl.com/ewa-citizen-science

    #nature #ecology #biodiversity #herpetology #conservation #citizenScience #science
    • November 12, 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Long Pond Parking Lot, 524-530 S Border Rd, Winchester.
    Register

    Babes in the Woods Program

    Since 1999, Babes in the Woods is the Friends of the Fells’ popular weekday family hiking program. Caregivers carrying babies are welcome on these fun guided hikes through the Middlesex Fells Reservation. Babes in the Woods is an adult-paced hike designed for parents who carry their children. These hikes are not recommended for young children who walk.

    We recommend that you bring along snacks and drinks, and make sure to dress for the weather—depending on the season, some trails may be muddy or icy in spots.

    Location changes weekly. 

    Please note that hikes are not accessible for strollers. 

    For our participants' comfort, we don't allow dogs to hike with us.

    Our walks are cancelled only if it is raining or snowing.

    Check our Facebook page for the latest details: 

    https://www.facebook.com/BabesinWoodsFells/


    • November 16, 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Flynn Rink Parking Lot, Medford, MA 02155

    Join Laura & Claire for a lovely Biodiversity walk in the Fells exploring how seasons pass affect and shape our plants and wildlife in our beautiful urban forest. We'll enjoy, observe and record the flora and fauna in various locations of the woods, starting from the Flynn Rink parking lot.

    This is part of our effort to study biodiversity and collect data about the impact of climate change on the synchronicity of fauna and flora phenophases (i.e., observable stages or phases in the annual life cycle of a plant or animal that can be defined by a start and endpoint). This is a great way opportunity to learn how to be alert and in tune with our environment, and to discover our urban woodland's biodiversity and cycles.

    If we pass by our study sites in that area, we'll also record information following nationally standardized phenology protocols (and fed to shared global platforms).

    Age: Adults (16+) & Seniors.

    ⓘ Details & Registration: This is an RSVP event. If you intend to come, we ask that you let us know, so that we can communicate with you about what to wear and what to bring, as well as to be able to inform you if there is any change plan due to weather and other reasons. Register here today » Thanks!

    ✉ For any question, you can contact Claire at citizenscience@earthwiseaware.org
    ⓘ About EwA Citizen Science Programs » https://tinyurl.com/ewa-citizen-science

    #nature #ecology #biodiversity #phenology #conservation #citizenScience #science

    • November 20, 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Long Pond Parking Lot, Winchester, MA

    We welcome you to take a peep and/or help us gathering science field information relating to plants, birds, and insects at the Fells. In the end, it's likely that you'll love it so much that you'll want to join our group of citizen scientists.  

    In the course of 3+ hours, we survey 6 sites (4 plant phenology sites + 2 arthropod monitoring sites). We also monitor bird activity at 2 ponds. We'll record information following nationally standardized phenology and biodiversity protocols (and fed to shared global platforms).  

    Age: Adults (16+) & Seniors.

    ⚠️ Hiking pace between sites: Fast. We'll start with our Long Pond sites then get to our Bellevue sites. Between sites, we will hike relatively fast yet very quietly, on the lookout for any kind of signs. This is a great way opportunity to learn how to be alert and in tune with our environment, and to discover our urban woodland's biodiversity and cycles.

    Details & Registration: This is an RSVP event. If you intend to come, we ask you kindly that you let us know, so that we can communicate with you about what to wear and what to bring, as well as to be able to inform you if there is any change plan due to weather and other reasons. Register here » Thanks!

    ✉ For any question, you can contact Claire at citizenscience@earthwiseaware.org
    About EwA Citizen Science Programs » https://tinyurl.com/ewa-citizen-science

    #nature #ecology #biodiversity #phenology #conservation #citizenScience #science

    • November 25, 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Middlesex Fells, Medford High School Parking Lot, Medford

    This is a great community-based conservation initiative for advancing ecosystem and wildlife conservation. The EwA Vernal Pool Awareness & Protection program helps the protection of the vernal pools and wetland habitats of the Middlesex Fells Reservation through science, partnerships, and education.

    This program is about scientific research and wetland conservation efforts paired with a training experience for our guests and new volunteers. The program focuses on the vernal pools of the Middlesex Fells Reservation that are not yet ‘certified’ (following the definition of Vernal Pools as defined by the State of Massachusetts). Working with local herpetologists, our goal is to certify those potential pools so that they get protected under the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act regulations. Doing so, we close species migration gaps between the non-certified and certified pools, therefore directly improving the conservation of wetland species, and specifically of the species of the Fells.

    Age: Adults (16+) & Seniors.

    Details & Registration: This is an RSVP event. A few days before the event, we email the exact rendezvous (which entrance to the Fells), what to wear and what to bring. We also inform you if there is any change plan due to weather and other reasons. Register here today » Thanks! 

    ✉ For any question, you can contact Claire at citizenscience@earthwiseaware.org
    ⓘ About EwA Citizen Science Program » https://tinyurl.com/ewa-citizen-science

    #nature #ecology #biodiversity #herpetology #conservation #citizenScience #science
    • December 09, 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Middlesex Fells, Medford High School Parking Lot, Medford

    This is a great community-based conservation initiative for advancing ecosystem and wildlife conservation. The EwA Vernal Pool Awareness & Protection program helps the protection of the vernal pools and wetland habitats of the Middlesex Fells Reservation through science, partnerships, and education.

    This program is about scientific research and wetland conservation efforts paired with a training experience for our guests and new volunteers. The program focuses on the vernal pools of the Middlesex Fells Reservation that are not yet ‘certified’ (following the definition of Vernal Pools as defined by the State of Massachusetts). Working with local herpetologists, our goal is to certify those potential pools so that they get protected under the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act regulations. Doing so, we close species migration gaps between the non-certified and certified pools, therefore directly improving the conservation of wetland species, and specifically of the species of the Fells.

    Age: Adults (16+) & Seniors.

    Details & Registration: This is an RSVP event. A few days before the event, we email the exact rendezvous (which entrance to the Fells), what to wear and what to bring. We also inform you if there is any change plan due to weather and other reasons. Register here today » Thanks! 

    ✉ For any question, you can contact Claire at citizenscience@earthwiseaware.org
    ⓘ About EwA Citizen Science Program » https://tinyurl.com/ewa-citizen-science

    #nature #ecology #biodiversity #herpetology #conservation #citizenScience #science
    • December 14, 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Flynn Rink Parking Lot, Medford, MA 02155

    Join Laura & Claire for a lovely Biodiversity walk in the Fells exploring how seasons pass affect and shape our plants and wildlife in our beautiful urban forest. We'll enjoy, observe and record the flora and fauna in various locations of the woods, starting from the Flynn Rink parking lot.

    This is part of our effort to study biodiversity and collect data about the impact of climate change on the synchronicity of fauna and flora phenophases (i.e., observable stages or phases in the annual life cycle of a plant or animal that can be defined by a start and endpoint). This is a great way opportunity to learn how to be alert and in tune with our environment, and to discover our urban woodland's biodiversity and cycles.

    If we pass by our study sites in that area, we'll also record information following nationally standardized phenology protocols (and fed to shared global platforms).

    Age: Adults (16+) & Seniors.

    ⓘ Details & Registration: This is an RSVP event. If you intend to come, we ask that you let us know, so that we can communicate with you about what to wear and what to bring, as well as to be able to inform you if there is any change plan due to weather and other reasons. Register here today » Thanks!

    ✉ For any question, you can contact Claire at citizenscience@earthwiseaware.org
    ⓘ About EwA Citizen Science Programs » https://tinyurl.com/ewa-citizen-science

    #nature #ecology #biodiversity #phenology #conservation #citizenScience #science

Past events

October 15, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
October 15, 2019 Documenting & Protecting the Vernal Pools of The Fells
October 13, 2019 Tree Walk with Walter Kittredge
October 09, 2019 Plant & Wildlife Monitoring at The Fells
October 08, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
October 08, 2019 Nature Hike: Autumn at Long Pond with Boot Boutwell
October 06, 2019 Tree Walk with Walter Kittredge
October 05, 2019 Fells Hike & History Tour with Doug Heath and Alison Simcox
October 04, 2019 Hikes Through History Lecture with Alison O’Leary
October 01, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
September 25, 2019 Plant & Wildlife Monitoring at The Fells
September 25, 2019 Nature Hike: Early Autumn at Bellevue Pond with Boot Boutwell
September 24, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
September 23, 2019 Documenting & Protecting the Vernal Pools of The Fells
September 21, 2019 Forest Explorations at the Fells
September 21, 2019 2019 COASTSWEEP Cleanup in the Fells
September 17, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
September 11, 2019 Insect, Bird & Plant Monitoring at The Fells
September 10, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
September 10, 2019 Hike 'n' Seek
September 09, 2019 Documenting & Protecting the Vernal Pools of The Fells
September 07, 2019 2019 Fells Camp Evaluation Poll
September 04, 2019 Insect, Bird & Plant Monitoring at The Fells
September 03, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
September 03, 2019 Hike 'n' Seek
August 27, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
August 27, 2019 Hike 'n' Seek
August 25, 2019 TreeWalk with Walter Kittredge
August 21, 2019 Pollinator, Bird & Plant Monitoring at The Fells
August 20, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
August 20, 2019 Hike 'n' Seek
August 19, 2019 Forest Adventurers - WEEK 9: August 19 - 23 Summer 2019
August 19, 2019 Forest Programming - WEEK 9: August 19 - 23 Summer 2019
August 14, 2019 Pollinator, Bird & Plant Monitoring at The Fells
August 13, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
August 13, 2019 Hike 'n' Seek
August 12, 2019 Forest Adventurers - WEEK 8: August 12 - 16 Summer 2019
August 12, 2019 Forest Programming - WEEK 8: August 12 - 16 Summer 2019
August 11, 2019 Protecting Vernal Pools in the Fells
August 10, 2019 Exploring Summer in the Fells » its Wildflowers, Pollinators
August 06, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
August 06, 2019 Hike 'n' Seek
August 05, 2019 Forest Adventurers - WEEK 7: August 5 - 9 Summer 2019
August 05, 2019 Forest Programming - WEEK 7: August 5 - 9 Summer 2019
July 31, 2019 Pollinator, Bird & Plant Monitoring at The Fells
July 30, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
July 30, 2019 Hike 'n' Seek
July 29, 2019 Forest Adventurers - WEEK 6: July 29 - August 2 Summer 2019
July 29, 2019 Forest Programming - WEEK 6: July 29 - August 2 Summer 2019
July 28, 2019 TreeWalk with Walter Kittredge
July 28, 2019 Fell's Biobliss: Phenology & Botany at Long Pond
July 23, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
July 23, 2019 Hike 'n' Seek
July 22, 2019 Forest Adventurers - WEEK 5: July 22 - 26 Summer 2019
July 22, 2019 Forest Programming - WEEK 5: July 22 - 26 Summer 2019
July 20, 2019 Summer StoryWalk® 2019: Magnificent Monarchs
July 17, 2019 Pollinator, Bird & Plant Monitoring at The Fells
July 16, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
July 16, 2019 Hike 'n' Seek
July 15, 2019 Forest Adventurers - WEEK 4: July 15 - July 19 Summer 2019
July 15, 2019 Forest Programming - WEEK 4: July 15 - July 19 Summer 2019
July 14, 2019 Protecting Vernal Pools in the Fells
July 09, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
July 09, 2019 Hike 'n' Seek
July 08, 2019 Forest Adventurers - WEEK 3: July 8 - 12 Summer 2019
July 08, 2019 Forest Programming - WEEK 3: July 8 - 12 Summer 2019
July 03, 2019 Pollinator, Bird & Plant Monitoring at The Fells
July 02, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
July 02, 2019 Hike 'n' Seek
July 01, 2019 Forest Adventurers: WEEK 2: July 1 - 3 Summer 2019
July 01, 2019 Forest Programming: WEEK 2: July 1 - 3 Summer 2019
June 27, 2019 Group Hike in the Fells
June 25, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
June 25, 2019 Hike and Seek
June 24, 2019 Forest Adventurers: WEEK 1: June 24-28 Summer 2019
June 24, 2019 Forest Programming: WEEK 1: June 24-28 Summer 2019
June 22, 2019 TreeWalk with Walter Kittredge at Virginia Wood
June 20, 2019 **CANCELLED** Group Hike in the Fells
June 19, 2019 Pollinator, Bird & Plant Monitoring at The Fells
June 18, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
June 18, 2019 Hike 'n' Seek
June 16, 2019 Protecting Vernal Pools in the Fells
June 16, 2019 Fell's Biobliss: Phenology & Botany at Bellevue
June 11, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
June 04, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
June 04, 2019 Hike 'n' Seek
May 28, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
May 28, 2019 Hike 'n' Seek
May 21, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
May 21, 2019 Hike 'n' Seek
May 19, 2019 Protecting Vernal Pools in the Fells
May 14, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
May 07, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
April 30, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
April 23, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
April 16, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
April 16, 2019 Hike and Seek
April 09, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
April 02, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
March 26, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
March 19, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
March 12, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
March 05, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
February 12, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
February 07, 2019 Volunteer Appreciation Night 2019
February 05, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
January 29, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
January 15, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
January 08, 2019 Babes in the Woods Hike
December 11, 2018 Babes in the Woods Hike
December 04, 2018 Babes in the Woods Hike
November 27, 2018 Babes in the Woods Hike
November 24, 2018 Midmorning Forest Bathing
November 20, 2018 Early Afternoon Forest Bathing
November 13, 2018 Early Afternoon Forest Bathing
November 10, 2018 Midmorning Forest Bathing
November 06, 2018 Early Afternoon Forest Bathing
November 06, 2018 Babes in the Woods Hike
November 04, 2018 Fall for the Fells Trail Race and Family Fun Fest
October 30, 2018 Midday Forest Bathing
October 30, 2018 Babes in the Woods Hike
October 30, 2018 Hike and Seek
October 23, 2018 Midday Forest Bathing
October 23, 2018 Babes in the Woods Hike
October 16, 2018 Midday Forest Bathing
October 16, 2018 Babes in the Woods Hike
October 11, 2018 Afternoon Forest Bathing
October 09, 2018 Babes in the Woods Hike
October 05, 2018 Afternoon Forest Bathing
October 04, 2018 Hike and Seek w/Bay State Babywearers
October 02, 2018 Babes in the Woods Hike
October 02, 2018 Hike and Seek
September 28, 2018 Evening Forest Bathing
September 28, 2018 Babes in the Woods Hike
September 19, 2018 Early Bird Forest Bathing
September 18, 2018 Babes in the Woods Hike
September 14, 2018 Evening Forest Bathing
September 12, 2018 Early Bird Forest Bathing
September 11, 2018 Babes in the Woods Hike
September 11, 2018 Hike and Seek
September 05, 2018 Early Bird Forest Bathing
August 27, 2018 Early Bird Forest Bathing
August 26, 2018 Stand Up for the Fells Summer Walk 2018
August 21, 2018 Babes in the Woods Hike
August 21, 2018 Hike and Seek
August 20, 2018 Early Bird Forest Bathing Walk
August 20, 2018 Forest Programming - WEEK 7: August 20 - 24 Summer 2018
August 14, 2018 Babes in the Woods Hike
August 14, 2018 Hike and Seek
August 13, 2018 Forest Programming - WEEK 6: August 13 - 17 Summer 2018
August 07, 2018 Babes in the Woods Hike
August 07, 2018 Hike and Seek
August 06, 2018 Forest Programming - WEEK 5: August 6 - 10 Summer 2018
July 31, 2018 Babes in the Woods Hike
July 31, 2018 Hike and Seek
July 30, 2018 Forest Programming - WEEK 4: July 30 - August 3 Summer 2018
July 24, 2018 Babes in the Woods Hike
July 24, 2018 Hike and Seek
July 23, 2018 Forest Programming - WEEK 3: July 23 - 27 Summer 2018
July 17, 2018 Babes in the Woods Hike
July 17, 2018 Hike and Seek
July 16, 2018 Forest Program: WEEK 2: July 16 - 20 Summer 2018
July 10, 2018 Babes in the Woods Hike
July 10, 2018 Hike and Seek
July 09, 2018 Forest Programming: WEEK 1: July 9-13 Summer 2018
June 05, 2018 Forest Programming - JUNE 2018 Spring Program
May 08, 2018 Friends of the Fells 25th Annual Meeting
May 05, 2018 Annual Trail Adopter Workshop 2018
April 28, 2018 Park Serve Day 2018
April 16, 2018 Forest Programming - 2018 April School Vacation Week
April 01, 2016 Youth Programs in the Fells Summer 2016
January 13, 2016 Babes in the Woods
December 20, 2015 Donor Appreciation Brunch
October 15, 2015 The Future of the Old Hospital Site (Langwood Commons) Public Meeting
September 17, 2015 Focus Group on Langwood Commons
August 24, 2015 Forest Kindergarten 2015 - August 24th-28th
August 17, 2015 Forest Kindergarten 2015 - August 17th-21st
August 10, 2015 Forest Kindergarten 2015 - August 10th-14th
August 03, 2015 Forest Kindergarten 2015 - August 3rd-7th
July 27, 2015 Forest Kindergarten 2015 - July 27th-31st
July 20, 2015 Forest Kindergarten 2015 - July 20th-24th
July 13, 2015 Forest Kindergarten 2015 - July 13th-17th
July 06, 2015 Forest Kindergarten 2015 - July 6th-10th
June 29, 2015 Forest Kindergarten 2015 - June 29th-July 3rd
June 22, 2015 Forest Kindergarten 2015 - June 22nd-26th
June 15, 2015 Forest Kindergarten 2015 - June 15th-19th
June 08, 2015 Forest Kindergarten 2015 - Waiting List
May 07, 2015 Friends of the Fells Annual Meeting
September 25, 2014 Friends of the Fells Volunteer Reception and Art Show
July 29, 2014 Forest Kindergarten - July 29th-31st
July 22, 2014 Forest Kindergarten - July 22nd-24th
July 15, 2014 Forest Kindergarten - July 15th-17th
July 08, 2014 Forest Kindergarten - Waiting List
July 08, 2014 Forest Kindergarten - July 8th-10th
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