Location: Charlotte Wildlife Refuge, VT
Guide: Duncan Murdoch
Date: Saturday, April 7th
Start Time: 10am-12pm
Duration: 2 hrs
15 person limit
$20 for Charlotte Residents. (Type “Resident” in coupon code at checkout)
Experience the energy of early spring by connecting to nature in the beautiful Charlotte Wildlife Refuge. Slowly walk and pause amongst the budding trees, the emerging plants and listen to the springtime birds. This will be a time for you to unplug, slow down and de-stress from your daily routine. Follow your Certified Nature And Forest Therapy Guide, Duncan Murdoch, through a series of sensory connection invitations to practice Forest Bathing and a new level of Nature Mindfulness. A hot, locally foraged tea will be served in the forest to complete the experience.
Get your tickets to reserve a spot and we’ll see you there!
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About the Refuge:
The Charlotte Park and Wildlife Refuge is 290 acres of open meadows, active agricultural fields, forests, and trails with views of Lake Champlain, the Green Mountains, and the Adirondacks. Native plants and animals make this scenic part of Charlotte their home. All are welcome to walk or ski on all trails and ride horses on the gravel ones. Biking is prohibited. Also keep in mind that this is a wildlife refuge, so dogs are not allowed!