We invite you to join us at our Spring Potluck! Meet fellow outdoor enthusiasts, learn news about our club, have a tasty meal and learn about old-growth trees and forests in Massachusetts.
The speaker is Bob Leverett, exectutive director & cofounder of the Native Tree Society, and president and principal old-growth forest egologist of Friends of Mohawk State Forest. His presentation will focus on old-growth forests in Massachusetts, their history, characteristics and importance. He’ll also talk about some of our outstanding individual trees here in the Bay State and how they are measured for championship competitions.
This event is for members of the AMC Berkshire Chapter, and for others who are interested in the outdoors and looking to get move involved with the chapter and our activities.
What to Bring to the Potluck:
If your last name begins with A-G: Dessert
If your last name begins with H-M: Main Dish
If your last name begins with N-S: Salad or Side
If your last name begins with T-Z: Appetizer
Soft drinks, coffee and tea will be provided.
The Unitarian Society is next to City Hall in downtown Northampton. Enter around the right side of the building and go down the stairs. This is the same venue as last year. Parking on the street is free after 6pm, or you may park in the parking garage behind Thorne’s Marketplace, or behind the building near the bus station.
Still have questions or having trouble registering? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.