Putting together my spring calendar, in hopes of the weather changing. As usual, the Howard County Conservancy and my volunteer work will keep me busy for the next few months.
A hike and lecture this Tuesday. For naturalists and potential new volunteers and our friends.
A lecture on the history of Belmont. The site over in Elkridge that the Conservancy will be managing. Where there will be events and summer camp and future field trips.
Saturday the 15th, we are celebrating the lunar New Year with a free event highlighting Chinese and Korean traditions to celebrate. 10 am.
Naturalist training begins in a few weeks. Field trips in April and May. I can’t wait to get outdoors and look for emerging signs of spring.
That’s because I am so tired of winter.
Anyone else ready to get outside?
I still have my mind glued on winter, especially since regional forecasters whom I follow are reporting the possibility of a storm similar to the one we had in Feb. 2010: http://www.footsforecast.org/.
I’ve been enjoying the CSA. This week my share included parsnips, a vegetable I hadn’t had in years.