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June 12 - iMapInvasives Training for Volunteers with Andrew Schwitzgebel (new date)

Whether you’re a professional botanist or a total amateur, we’d like to invite you to learn how to use this valuable tool to help us track the spread of invasive species on our properties! The more people we can empower to collect data, the better picture we will have of the status of our properties, and the better we will be able to focus our management efforts. Learn more

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June 23 - Summer Solstice Mindful Walk with Sandy Wilson

In celebration of the Summer Solstice, you are invited to join Sandy Wilson of Spirit of Dragonflies, LLC for a guided mindful nature walk at Albert Family Community Forest. Come unplug, slow down, and connect with nature while tuning in to your senses. No experience necessary - beginners warmly welcomed! Learn more

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June 29 - Moss Walk with Tom Phillips

Sold out! To join the waitlist, contact Dan at dan@rensselaerplateau.org. You are invited to an introductory class on Bryophytes, mosses, and liverworts, common to Rensselaer County. We will learn to identify a few common mosses and liverworts and learn about their ecology, their role in our ecosystem, their growth and development, and hopefully learn to appreciate their beauty and importance to our environment. Learn more

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July 11 - Trailside Yoga with Kim Favro

You are invited join Kim Favro for a grounding and centering evening of yoga, mindful walking, and meditation at Albert Family Community Forest. Learn more

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July 13 - Invasive Species Removal Workday with Andrew Schwitzgebel

You are invited to join RPA Stewardship Manager Andrew Schwitzgebel for a morning at Albert Family Community Forest to learn more about Multiflora Rose and Japanese Barberry. Along with learning about basic identification of these invasive plant species, we'll do some hands-on removal. Learn more

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