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How Do Animals Eat Locally?

Come learn about the history of the Mill Trail and participate in fun outdoor activities! This month we will be learning about food webs and the important relationship that animals share within them. We will also be making our own food webs about local communities using corkboards and thumbtacks. 

These events are free, family friendly, and led by SLT’s Summer Naturalist, Ryan. These events will be taking place on the last Saturday of the month until Fall. We hope to see you there! 

When: August 28th | 12 - 2 P.M.

Where: The Mill Trail Property on Notchbrook Road in Stowe

Directions: From the intersection of Route 100 and Route 108 in Stowe village, head north on Route 108 for 5.1 miles. Turn right on Notchbrook Road and drive .6 miles to a small pull-off on the left where there is limited parking available.

COVID-19 Info: 

Stowe Land Trust is committed to keeping everyone safe at our outings and events. 

  • Only attend an event or outing if you have met all VT travel restriction guidelines.
  • Stay home if you are feeling sick. Please contact SLT if you develop COVID-like symptoms within 14 days after the program. 
  • Have a mask with you. Wear it if you cannot keep 6’ of space between you and others.
  • Follow all safety guidelines explained by SLT staff.

Thank you for helping us keep our community safe! 

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