Tagged: Trails and Sails
See and learn about the fishes living in Salem Harbor. At this seining demonstration, Salem Sound Coastwatch staff will drag a large seining net through the water onto the beach. We’ll examine the catch and coastal scientists will talk about marine habitats and the ecology of Salem Sound.
The Anthropo-what?!? Many of us know the names of at least some geological epochs, but our current time period is in a class all its own. If these rocks could talk, they would tell us about 600 million years of Salem’s geological history. In the past, changes occurred slowly, over millions of years. Now, humans are drastically speeding up the...
The Indigenous people of this area hunted, fished, and grew The Three Sisters. But how did they preserve their harvest? How did they keep meat from spoiling without refrigeration? Learn to make pemmican, the original “protein bar.” Try your hand at concocting a dandelion tea. But first, explore the local native plantings at Forest River Park with Thomas Green, Elder...
Come see a beautiful 55 acre rural cemetery and accredited arboretum in North Salem. This beautiful, historic cemetery, Greenlawn Cemetery and accredited arboretum, the F. Carroll Sargent Arboretum at Greenlawn Cemetery has so much history, nature and beauty to share. We will have tree lovers and those that know Greenlawn well sharing special history, trees, and nature with guided strolls...