Come and investigate one of FDR's forest plantations on a hike on the Roosevelt Farm Lane Trail. Discover what animals live in the forest. Learn about the tools of the forester and how to use them. Some of these tools will include Biltmore sticks, BWD measuring tapes, calipers, prisms, maps, and compasses. Learn about Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Tree Farmer, and how he planted thousands of trees on his own property and across the nation trying to find ways to care for the land in a responsible way. Explore ideas on how you can protect the land too.
Meet at The New Roosevelt Farm Lane Trailhead Entrance
Ages 8 - 12, parents welcome
Limit # participants: 20
(Please dress appropriately for the weather)
Please RSVP for all programs at 845-486-1966
Tags: Junior Ranger forester