COVID-19 and the Hitchcock Center

The Hitchcock Center is offering outdoor, small-group, in-person programs for Spring and Summer 2021, during Phase 4 of the Massachusetts reopening plan. Registration is open. And while our building is still closed to the public, we have special resources that you can access until it is safe for us to open again.


 

Forest Bathing at the Hitchcock Center

Come experience a guided Forest therapy walk with Todd Lynch, certified ANFT guide. Learn more and register.

We’re Hiring!

The Hitchcock Center is hiring for several positions. Do you know someone who would like to work with our team? Learn more and apply…

 

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We have extended our fundraising efforts by one more day! Can you help us? hitchcockcenter.org/teaching-gardens

In addition to beautiful, sustainable garden beds, fruit trees, pathways, and other infrastructure, funding for the Teaching Gardens will deliver new curriculum development for children and adults alike. It will focus on pollinators, food, climate, gardening for biodiversity, permaculture, and ecological design, as well as materials and training for a volunteer team to maintain the gardens.

We are nearly there! Can you help? hitchcockcenter.org/teaching-gardens
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Here’s the May 14 Earth Matters, by Lawrence Winship. He looks at the question of what trees are likely to do well as the climate changes. What trees should we plant now when the climate is likely to be quite different when they mature? Larry takes us through some ways to make such choices.
P.S. If you’re unable to access the Gazette page, wait a few days and go to the Hitchcock Center website, www.hitchcockcenter.org, where you’ll find the article on the home page.
Hitchcock Center for the Environment
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Help us complete our Outdoor Classroom with the Julie M. Johnson Teaching Gardens! hitchcockcenter.org/teaching-gardens

The Outdoor Classroom's Teaching Gardens are an important component of the Hitchcock Center’s award-winning Certified Living Building. Utilizing regenerative principles, they will include raised garden beds, fruit trees, and a rainwater capture system. Educational programming will reflect influences drawn from permaculture, deep ecology, ecological design, and indigenous cultures.

Can you make a gift to help? hitchcockcenter.org/teaching-gardens
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