The Duxbury Land Trust is hosting a free nature event on Saturday, August 11 from 10 AM to 1 PM at the Duxbury Town Forest. Come explore, get your feet wet and use microscopes and magnifiers to discover the micro-world of cells, algae, and protozoa in the Duxbury Town Forest.
Join Duxbury naturalist, Rachel Sargent, for an introduction to micro-worlds and learn hands-on about a whole new tiny ecosphere of life! You’ll take plant and water samples from the forest and look at collections of life in each sample. All ages welcome.
Bring water, dress appropriately, and wear or bring waterproof boots. Meet at Crossett Brook Middle School at 10 AM to carpool to the site. Rachel has been an educator with the Fairbanks and Montshire Museums and loves exploring Duxbury’s town forest ecology. For more information, email Rachel at email@example.com.