GCT Events

April 13, 2019: 10 AM
Vernal Pool Walk
Throne Hill
Last year we made a MA discovery!  Join us for this family friendly foray as citizen-scientists! Park in the Castle Dr. circle, which is off Pepperell Road.  Join Patricia Huckery Northeast District Supervisor, and Jennifer Jones Stewardship Biologist for Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife as we explore nature in early spring. Please wear appropriate clothing for walking in the woods and streams.

May 1, 2019, 6:30 socializing, 7:00 PM meeting
Annual Meeting
Location: The Groton Inn

We are happy to bring to Groton Kevin Gardner, author and stone wall architect. Kevin will be the featured speaker at the GCT Annual Meeting on May 1.

The Groton Traverse, 10:00 AM  May 5, 2019
8-10 miles across various conservation property starting at Cow Pond and ending up in the center of town at the home of Peter Benedict and Gina Perini where refreshments will be served!  Directions provided once you register.
Registration required.

June 13, 2019, 7:00 PM
Annual Sunset and Sunflower Party
The General Field

June 22, 2019 1 – 4 PM, Location TBD
Food to Table Workshop
Owl Eyes Wilderness Survival, is a “traveling” survival school and teaches the public of all ages wilderness survival skills. The group also donates 10% of class profits to wildlife rescue. In this workshop, you will learn from Tim Swanson how to build shelters in the wilderness.

July 13, 2019 10 – Noon, Location TBD
Owl Eyes Wilderness Survival, is a “traveling” survival school and teaches the public of all ages wilderness survival skills. The group also donates 10% of class profits to wildlife rescue. In this workshop, you will learn from Tim Swanson how to forage for food in the wilderness.

September 14, 2019
Eyes on Owls
Williams Barn