Week of Events
An adventurous mountain bike ride for the more experienced cyclists looking for a high intensity route led by avid cyclist and Land Use Manager, Jim Olney. Registration is free and open to the public, but space is limited. Please bring a helmet and your own mountain bike suitable for rougher trails.
This walk explores a scenic, hilly area in the Western section of Middle Moors. Highlights include freshwater ponds in various stages of succession, interesting plant species, and stunning views of the Moors and Nantucket Harbor. 2.4 miles http://support.nantucketconservation.org/site/Calendar?id=101150&view=Detail
This practice will be led by Lynne Begier This is a 60 minute class moderately paced with mindful and controlled movement and breath. Emphasis is on lengthening postures and fluid breathing, smooth transitions, and cultivating focus. Class includes a gentle warm-up, 1 brief flow to warm the body, a short series of longer holds, and…
One of the Foundation’s real gems. Travel through a small, fascinating hardwood forest that extends to West Polpis Harbor with chances to see herons, egrets, shellfish & other inhabitants of this ecologically rich area. 1.0 mile http://support.nantucketconservation.org/site/Calendar?id=101176&view=Detail
This practice will be led by an instructor from Yoga 11:11 This is a 60 minute class moderately paced with mindful and controlled movement and breath. Emphasis is on lengthening postures and fluid breathing, smooth transitions, and cultivating focus. Class includes a gentle warm-up, 1 brief flow to warm the body, a short series of…
Join avid cyclist and Land Use Manager Jim Olney on a 7.5 mile tour of our popular bike trails in the Middle Moors. Free and open to the public, but space is limited. Please bring a helmet and a mountain bike suitable for rougher roads.
A guided walk around the bogs and forests of Windswept, a recently retired cranberry bog being restored back to a useful, productive wetland. Hear about the ecological history in the making for this island favorite and the cranberry culture that helped sustain Nantucket families after the whaling era. 2.4 miles http://support.nantucketconservation.org/site/Calendar?id=101177&view=Detail
Ever wonder how native plant landscaping might work in your yard? Diverse plantings of native shrubs, trees, wildflowers, and grasses can boost your enjoyment of nature at home, while supporting wildlife and connecting conservation lands. NCF Botanist/Plant Ecologist Kelly Omand gives a tour of our office at 118 Cliff Rd to explore the changes we’ve…
Explore the southernmost end of the popular Sanford Farm. This area is home to some of the island’s rarest plants and animals. Excellent views of open grasslands, the Head of the Plains, and the Atlantic Ocean. 2.3 miles http://support.nantucketconservation.org/site/Calendar?id=101179&view=Detail