Walk leaders Marcus Hendricks & Todd Kelley

Sponsored by Harwich Conservation Trust, join 12th generation Cape Codder Todd Kelley and Wampanoag/Nipmuc Marcus Hendricks on one or all of these leisurely late afternoon walks. Along the way we will share many stories of insight into Native life on Cape Cod from before European contact through early settlement of “old Cape” families.

Click here to reserve for the April 30th Guided Walk:
Animal Kingdom Gaming
See the natural world through a different lens using all of your senses, and learn to make greater connections with the holistic environment. Animal Kingdom Gaming defines the program structure itself, with Animal representing all sentient beings, Kingdom representing their habitats including trees, plants, rocks, water, and weather and Gaming being the method of how to learn to correlate instant observations. You’ll gain enthusiasm for the perception skills you develop and can use on your own nature walks.
Location: Harwich (directions emailed with registration confirmation)
Cost: $20 per person
Time: 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Day/date:
Monday, April 30, 2018
Rain date: Tuesday, May 1, 2018  

Click here to reserve for the May 14th Guided Walk:
High Head and the Highlands
Explore the glacial Highlands and the ever changing landscape that Cape Cod has always been. Consider life according to the seasons at a place where the sea, coastal shore and elements had direct bearing on daily survival. We will follow the movements of late-woodland period people to European contact and the arrival of the Mayflower. We’ll visit Salt Meadow where the Pilgrims found their first freshwater spring and then think of their thirst when we contrast Native life style and the Pilgrim’s dire necessity.
Location: Truro (directions emailed with registration confirmation)
Cost: $20 per person
Time: 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Day/date:
Monday, May 14, 2018
Rain date: Tuesday, May 15, 2018  

Click here to reserve for the May 21st: Guided Walk:
People of the Province Lands
Join us for this walk focusing on the nature of life out on the Province Lands. Witness the natural richness yet stark harshness of this area as we travel through the rapid and dramatic social changes that early settlement brought.  We will see visible evidence of the changes in the land itself as our story culminates with the Old Colony Railroad (1873) opening up easier land access to Provincetown and bringing further social changes to the community of yesteryear as well as the community of today.
Location: Provincetown (directions emailed with registration confirmation)
Cost: $20 per person
Time: 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Day/date:
Monday, May 21, 2018
Rain date: Tuesday, May 22, 2018

All Walk Distances: 1.5 miles

Advance registration (payment) is required.                                             
Directions will be emailed with registration confirmation.