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“Dene,” the second half of Hildene, the name that presidential son Robert Lincoln gave to his Manchester estate in 1905 means “valley with stream.” On Tuesday, July 14, from 2:00 to 5:00pm, participants will take an ecotour of Hildene’s approximately 200 acres of valley with stream consisting of meadow, forest, wetland, spectacular vistas and the Battenkill.
Hildene Horticulturist, Andrea Luchini will discuss the issue of invasive plants. Diane Newton, Education Director, will lead the group out onto the boardwalk in the wetland for a hands-on activity to gain an understanding of the ecosystem and its ecological importance. Farm Manager on the Dene, Brooke Decker, will complete the tour with a visit to the adjacent bird sanctuary where she will talk not only about meadow ecology and efforts to encourage bobolinks and other pollinators, but also about small scale sustainable agricultural practices at Hildene Farm.
Registration is required. Enrollment is limited to 20 participant: $10 for Hildene members, $15 for non-members. Attendees will park at the Hildene Welcome Center and be transported to and from the dene by shuttle, leaving promptly at 2:00pm and returning at 5:00. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable walking shoes and to bring a water bottle. (Rain date: Thursday, July 16, from 2:00 to 5:00 pm)
For more information and to register, contact Stephanie at or at [email protected]