Each year, the BRWA holds a member appreciation event to say thank you to the valued friends who support our work. The program typically consists of a very short business meeting, which includes highlights of the past year’s accomplishments and upcoming year’s goals, refreshments, and a special program.
Past programs have included a Saw-Whet Owl banding demonstration, a spooky walk along the Blackstone Canal, “The Changing Landscape” a history talk by National Park Ranger Chuck Arning, a presentation by Gene Bernatt on the Living Systems Lab at Fisherville in Grafton, and a presentation by renown glaciologist Dr. Mauri Pelto on climate change and drought in the Blackstone River Watershed.
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Tour of the Living Systems Lab
Spooky Walk Along the Blackstone Canal.