Wednesday, Sept. 29
Discover the history and ecology of Zak Preserve from 10 to 11 a.m. on a one mile hike with Boothbay Region Land Trust Environmental Educator Tracey Hall. Zak is BRLT’s largest preserve with 208 acres straddling the watershed of Wildcat Creek in the western half and its headwaters in the eastern half. It encompasses one of the few large open fields remaining on the Boothbay peninsula, and features salt marsh, wetlands, and extensive woods. Limited to 10 participants. BRLT follows current CDC Covid guidelines for outside gatherings. Registration required. Contact Tracey: email@example.com or 633-4818.