Date: Wednesday, Jan. 11
Time: 9:30 a.m. Social/10:00 a.m. Meeting
Place: Follen Church, 755 Mass Avenue, Lexington
Amber Carr is a trained ecologist specializing in land management for targeted wildlife species. She has over 15 years of experience working for federal, state, and non-profit agencies throughout New England.
Amber is currently the Conservation Coordinator for the Town of Lexington.
Did you know wetlands don’t always have standing water? Amber will be discussing the importance of the wetland areas in Lexington for our wildlife, native plants, and the environment. She will talk about the various types of wetland areas throughout Lexington and the regulations that help to protect these sensitive areas.
A free event.
Come and join us for an interesting presentation!