Gwyn Loud, LLCT Trustee, and Rob Todd will lead us on an exploration of the past and present landscape in Adams Woods, through the woods and fields that inspired Thoreau and past the railroad tracks that brought economic growth in the area. Along the way, we will also note the sights and sounds of nature that have reclaimed this space. An important site for agriculture, commerce, transportation, and the development of American philosophy, Adams Woods is now a haven for wildlife and is an integral part of Lincoln’s network of conservation land.
Free. All are Welcome. Co-sponsored by LLCT and the Lincoln Historical Society.
The group will meet at the Food Project Parking Lot on Rte. 126 and walk together to the entrance to the Adams Woods trail network. Bring water and wear sturdy shoes. Walk time is approximately 2hrs, gently paced.