Endorsed by Curators:
Join me for a botanical adventure through several biodiverse landscapes in Southern New England. We will be visiting 3 very old, pristine, and large private nature perseveres in North Western, Connecticut. Over the course of one day, the group will have the chance to observe and interact with varied environments of plants, animals, and fungi as they begin to come out of their winter dormancy. A tasty vegan/vegetarian dinner (which will include wild harvested foods) and herbal beer will be served at the home of a beloved local host before we drive back to NYC. Morning departure via carpool from Manhattan to Connecticut will be around 8 AM at an address To Be Announced.
10 person group limit.
Plan to bring warm clothing, sturdy shoes for hiking, lunch, and a raincoat just in case!
Oliver Yaakov Bolotin is an ecologist, permaculture educator, and plant enthusiast who grew up between the rural landscape of Connecticut and the cities of New York and New Haven.