Native History Walk
with Ethnoecologist Justin Wexler
of Wild Hudson Valley
Saturday, July 17, 2021
11am - 12:30pm
Poestenkill Community Forest
200 Legenbauer Road
Averil Park, NY 12018
Pre-registration is required -
space is limited, so register early.
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Suggested Donation: $17/person
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A second walk with Wild Hudson Valley is scheduled for Sunday, August 29.
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Come to Poestenkill Community Forest for a guided nature walk with ethnoecologist Justin Wexler of Wild Hudson Valley. We will see the forest and wetlands through the lens of Hudson Valley indigenous culture, exploring the natural world through Mohican and closely-related Algonquian languages.
Participants will come away with a greater understanding of the indigenous land use history in the area (and the region as a whole).
Justin Wexler, co-founder of Wild Hudson Valley, has been studying local native folklore, language and ethnoecology for two decades.
Questions about this event? Contact Community Engagement Manager Molly Freiberg.