The "Farm, Field and Forest" activities will begin with a workshop on sustenance hunting and fishing and include workshops on renewable energy and sustainable farming and forestry. Native American forestry and farming will also be explored along with land-based industries and local economies. The event is free and open to the public and will take place at the Orange Town Hall. An art and photography exhibit and discussions on the history of the region will take place at the White Elephant in Orange. Tables are available for exhibits and to promote local land-based businesses as well as ecotourism. For further information, contact event organizer, Genevieve Fraser at 978-544-1872, email: FarmFieldForest@gmail.com, or visit www.FarmFieldForest.org
Trailblazer Bob Curly (left), Lynne Goodnow of NEECA (center), and Don Flye (right) of Doe Valley Road relax with Don's donkey after surveying the spur proposed as part of the Quabbin-Monadnock trail.
PHOTO CREDIT: Genevieve Fraser