Adult Programs & Events

Invasive Talk & Walk

Invasive plants suppress biodiversity, and a decrease in biodiversity is one of the biggest challenges we’re facing on the planet! You can do your part by identifying and safely removing the invasive plants in your own backyard. Walk with naturalist Veronica Swain who will talk about how to identify invasives, the tools needed for their removal, and how to remove them without the use of chemicals.

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Wildflower ID

Join us as we identify local wildflowers on a stroll through the gardens and meadow with a naturalist Veronica Swain.

Foraging 101

Spring is prime foraging season for wild salad greens and pungent ingredients. Join naturalist Veronica Swain for an introductory class on the safety and how-tos of sustainable foraging, and take a short walk to sample what nature has to offer.

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Environmental Learning Series

Our Environmental Learning Series includes webinars and Zoom calls during which our audience can engage with experts on a variety of topics. Subject matter includes climate change, reducing food waste, and a virtual book club.

Many of these events are in partnership with SustainableWestport and The Westport Library.

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Cocktails & Clams

Cocktails & Clams is the the main annual fundraising event for Harbor Watch and it raises much needed funds for our important work keeping the Long Island Sound watershed clean. Due to COVID-19, we had to cancel last year’s event. Stay tuned for information regarding this year’s event.

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Woodside Bash

You don’t want to miss our Saturday night adult-only bash! We’ll have an open bar, harvest dinner, live music by Pimpinella, mechanical bull, and haunted trail. Proceeds from the weekend to support our outreach programs, scholarships and our animals.

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