Calendar

2020

 

Bobolink bird; Hildene is proud to be a Bobolink Sanctuary!
April 11 Bird Walk

The public is welcome to join a local birding group to conduct a survey of the wild birds present on the grounds of Hildene. For more information, please contact Stephanie at 802.367.7960.  Meet in the Welcome Center parking lot, 8:00am, Free. EVENT CANCELLED.

Bobolink
April 25 Bird Walk

The public is welcome to join a local birding group to conduct a survey of the wild birds present on the grounds of Hildene. For more information, please contact Stephanie at 802.367.7960.  Meet in the Welcome Center parking lot, 7:00am, Free. EVENT CANCELLED.

Backyard Chickens
May 3 Backyard Chickens 101

Sunday, May 3, 1:00 to 3:30pm, Backyard Chickens 101, at Hildene’s Dene Farm with staff Kimberly Pinsonneault; a workshop for people considering raising chickens for eggs; $10 for members/$15 for non-members; Seating is limited, so please register by May 1: stephanie@hildene.org or call 802-367-7960. EVENT POSTPONED, TBD.

Bobolink bird; Hildene is proud to be a Bobolink Sanctuary!
May 9 Bird Walk

The public is welcome to join a local birding group to conduct a survey of the wild birds present on the grounds of Hildene. For more information, please contact Stephanie at 802.367.7960.  Meet in the Welcome Center parking lot, 7:00am, Free. EVENT CANCELLED.

Bobolink
May 23 Bird Walk

The public is welcome to join a local birding group to conduct a survey of the wild birds present on the grounds of Hildene. For more information, please contact Stephanie at 802.367.7960.  Meet in the Welcome Center parking lot, 7:00am, Free.

Wild Edibles with Russ Cohen
May 24 Wild Edibles Talk & Walk

Sunday, May 24, 1:00 to 4:30pm, Hildene, in collaboration with Transition Town Manchester, will host a Wild Edibles Talk and Walk. Naturalist and wild foods enthusiast Russ Cohen will lead workshop participants on a tour through Hildene’s varied habitat and extensive grounds identifying edible plants, discussing the conditions necessary for each plant to thrive, and demonstrating responsible and safe harvesting practices. Cohen will also focus on how to use and prepare wild plants to make “wild dishes.” Participants will have an opportunity to sample food and beverages made from wild plants. $10 for Hildene members. $15 for non-members. Seating is limited and this workshop always fills up, so please register by Friday, May 22: stephanie@hildene.org or call 802-367-7960.