Winter Tree Identification and Potluck Lunch February 21

On Saturday, February 21st at 10:00 am, Windham Regional Woodlands Association presents a winter tree identification snowshoe walk led by Windham County Forester Bill Guenther on Ballou Mountain in Halifax, VT. The walk will take the woodlands of Everett Wilson and Linda Lyon, a Windham Regional Woodlands Association trustee. Ballou Mountain, the second highest hill in Halifax, has a special richness of hardwoods and conifers. The walk will be followed by a potluck lunch. For those who may not be up for snowshoeing, you are welcome to come and sip hot cider and talk about trees while the others are on the walk. Well-mannered dogs are welcome to participate in this event.

Parking is limited, so please carpool if you can. You likely will need four-wheel drive to get up the driveway. If necessary, we may be able to arrange for some parking at the neighbors’ for those who can make the walk trough the woods to Ev and Linda’s house. If you plan to join us, please contact Linda ( or 802-368-2211) for directions.

This family-friendly event is free and open to the public. Bring snowshoes if you plan to participate in the walk, and bring a potluck dish to share with the group.

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