celebrate the season: make a date with nature

September 9, 2019

As an organization fueled by member support, we are enormously grateful for the caring friends who help make our mission-driven work possible…and we love to show them our appreciation!

Members are invited to enjoy special discounts and opportunities at our upcoming events for nature-lovers of all ages. Take a peak at what’s featured below and visit natlands.org/events for more opportunities to find yourself outside this season.

Harvest Moon Hike & Smores

Saturday, September 14
7:30 – 9:00 pm
Stroud Preserve

The full moon closest to the autumnal equinox is known as the Harvest Moon. Learn some lunar lore as we hike the preserve. Afterwards, we’ll warm chilly fingers over a crackling fire while toasting s’mores.

Only $5 for members!

Pestering Pests

Daniel BarringerSaturday, November 9
10:00 – 11:30 am
Sadsbury Woods Preserve

Plant pests got you down? Join Natural Lands staffer Erin Smith on a hike through Sadsbury Woods to identify—and destroy—spotted lanternflies and the like. Visitors and nature lovers like you can do a great deal to stop the spread of this invasive insects and other pests, by squashing them before they destroy crops and native plants.

Event is free for members.


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Photo: Mae Axelrod