Hike museum's nature trails

FERRISBURGHSeptember is a beautiful month for a hike! Join us on Sunday, Sept. 14, at 2 p.m., for a guided hike on Rokeby Museums nature trails. Field naturalist Jesse Mohr will guide the group along trails that pass through former farmland, over stone walls, past historic orchard, and into a mature forest. Its a chance to walk through a lovely pastoral landscape and learn "how a farm becomes a forest" along the way. The hike will feature the words and images of Vermont writer and naturalist, Rowland Evans Robinson. The hike is free of charge and limited to 20; please call 802-877-3406 or send a message to rokeby@comcast.net to register. Located on Route 7 in Ferrisburgh, Rokeby Museum is a National Historic Landmark designated for it exceptional underground railroad history. It was home to four generations of Robinsons, including Rowland Evans Robinson.

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