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Tree Identification Walk in Litchfield

It’s much easier to identify trees when they have foliage on them. The White Memorial Foundation is hosting a tree identification walk on November 18 from 10am to noon. Lukas Hyder, White Memorial Foundation’s forest superintendent, will lead the free event. Donations are accepted to help defray the conservation center’s programming expenses.

The White Memorial Foundation and Conservation Center is located in the Towns of Litchfield and Morris in northwestern Connecticut. Created in 1913 by Alain C. White and his sister, May W. White, the foundation and center today comprise 4,000 acres of forest, fields and wetlands. The property includes 40 miles of trails, a nature museum, the Bantam River and multiple ponds, Bantam Lake shoreline, Apple Hill, Catlin Woods, campgrounds, marina and rental facilities.

For more information, visit WhiteMemorialCC.org/Whats-Happening/Calendar. Location: The White Memorial Foundation, 80 Whitehall Rd, Litchfield.

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