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Why is it hard to hold a conversation with a goat? Because they keep ‘butting’ in… Join in for more goat puns and some actual information about the conservancy’s resident goats Bud and Holly with Amy Seker. We’ll talk about how to care for them, some of their likes and dislikes, and whatever else floats your goat. Simply visit the Conservancy’s Facebook page at 11 am to join us! Sponsored by Patapsco Heritage GreenwayFind out more »
Hike the woodlands of Mt. Pleasant farmstead viewing and identifying numerous plant and tree species with a naturalist. Along the way your guide will point out animal habitats and (hopefully) their residents. Visit the newly renovated Hodge Podge Lodge of PBS fame, our beehives, “Champion” White Oak and other fascinating trees. This walk is somewhat strenuous and requires good walking shoes. Approx. 1 hr 15 min in length. Hike Difficulty- 4 stars out of 5. $10 suggested donation per person,…Find out more »
Beautiful gardens can be found among the 232 historic acres at Mt Pleasant farmstead. Come learn the fascinating history of the farm and take an easy walk to visit numerous plantings throughout the grounds. Choose from our community garden, our bee hives and pollinator garden, Master Gardeners’ garden, Native Honors garden, Farmhouse Kitchen garden and more! Say hello to the goats and chickens too! Your guide will arrange for stops on your walk based upon your interests. Approx. 1 hr…Find out more »
Walk our meadow trails observing the birds, plants and insects that call this area home. Your naturalist guide will point out bluebird and swallow boxes and pollinator plants. We may even find some Monarch Butterfly caterpillars on our milkweed. Come learn about the native and non-native plants (invasive) that populate the meadows. Easy walking – bring good walking shoes and binoculars if you have a pair. Approx. 1 hr 15 min in length. Hike Difficulty- 2 stars out of 5 $10…Find out more »
Is your memory as good as a tree’s memory? Discover how trees sense the world around them- sight, sound, and tactile with tree expert Lou Meyer! Simply visit the Conservancy’s Facebook page at 11 am to join us! This program is generously sponsored by Patapsco Heritage GreenwayFind out more »
Online registration ends 24 hours prior to the event. If a program is canceled by the Conservancy, participants will be notified and offered a refund. All other program fees are non-refundable and support educational programs at the Conservancy. Organized groups may not be able to be accommodated at our free programs. Please contact the Conservancy about scheduling a separate program for your group.