A full schedule upcoming events can be found here.

“Know Your Nature” Program Series

This spring the Wareham Land Trust is hosting a programming series that focuses on ways we can better know our nature. Humans play a great role in the natural world but there are many who believe it is something separate and foreign missing out on the many discoveries and rewards a relationship with nature has to offer. Foster a new connection with the local environment through one of the several programs running this spring such as an educational walk highlighting resident flora and fauna, a hands-on lesson in sustainable foraging, or creating art outdoors inspired by the land around you. Click here for more details and a full line up of events. 


Wareham Middle School Naturalist Club

The Wareham Land Trust 23′-24′ TerraCorps Service Member is facilitating an after-school naturalist club for the Wareham Middle School that will run from February through June 2024. The club will include guided outdoor exploration of the school’s grounds to investigate the world of moss and lichen, learn about worm anatomy and behavior, practice orienteering skills, and build observation skills. In addition, indoor lessons and experiments will focus on species identification skills, animal adaptations, dissecting owl pellets and so much more! A love of the environment starts with children, and WLT was happy to be able to spark these students’ curiosity and build their knowledge about the natural world around us. This program is supported in part by a grant from the Wareham Cultural Council, a local agency that is supported by Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.


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