Celebrate Earth Day at Boscobel

The octagonal pavilion and rustic benches on The Frances Stevens Reese Woodland Trail of Discovery at Boscobel overlook the Hudson River. Photograph courtesy Boscobel House and Gardens.

Boscobel House and Gardens is seeking volunteers for an on-site project designed to celebrate Earth Day.

The Garrison historic site is holding a “Clear & Clean” event at 9:30 a.m. April 22 focusing on The Frances Stevens Reese Woodland Trail of Discovery.

The 1.25-mile trail takes visitors through 29 acres of forested land, traversing a dramatic ravine that leads down to Constitution Marsh.

Volunteers of all ages will spend the morning helping clear and clean the trail, with tools provided to clear overgrowth and downed branches. Volunteers are urged to bring their own water bottles and work gloves and to wear both sturdy shoes and weather-appropriate clothing.

Requested registration can be completed online; participants are asked to then check in at the Carriage House upon arrival.

Boscobel is on Route 9D.

For more, visit Boscobel.org. And for more on the love of the land, look for May WAG.

– Mary Shustack

Written By
More from Staff
Botanical celebrates Monet’s floral works By Georgette Gouveia He was, of course,...
Read More
Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *