Be on the lookout over the next few weeks for frogs and salamanders crossing roads on rainy nights. Even better, venture out to a vernal pond with rain gear and a bright flashlight, and you might get to watch hundreds of frogs and salamanders making their way to their breeding grounds. In the water, watch for romantic couplings and egg laying.
Come out, have fun, foster a deeper relationship with nature, community, family, and self and see the Pioneer Valley through new eyes. Click on the links in the Programs section of the menu to the left to learn more.
A short video from the National Outdoor Leadership School on how to make your camping stove run more efficiently, so you can carry less fuel.
The National Bike Summit begins on March 9, 2010, in Washington, D.C. But you can help advocate for support and funding for cycling access from right where you are – check out Mass Bike’s website.
The Association for Experiential Education’s next International Conference will be held in Las Vegas November 4-7. You are invited to submit a proposal for a workshop by March 15. See the website below to submit your proposal online.