Date: Tue October 11, 2016
Time: 9:30 am
Place: Meet at Mt Archer Preserve Parking Lot, Mt Archer Road, Lyme
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Join us for this moderately easy walk in the woods. We will also do some light maintenance if it is needed. In April a group of volunteers cleared Japanese barberry, other invasives and debris from the ruins on the White Trail. We will visit the site. Parker Lord recently mowed it again. Bring heavy duty work gloves and light-weight clippers in case we see some invasive plants that need to be removed fromÂ the walls and edges. Everyone is welcome.
This weekâs hike will explore the White and Yellow Trail in Mt Archer Woods, led by Wendolyn Hill, Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator andÂ Lyme Land Trust board member. The hike is a little more than 2 miles. Meet at the Mt Archer Woods Parking Lot.
Directions: Rt. 156 north to Mt. Archer Road. Left onto Mt Archer Road. Go one mile on Mt Archer Road (bear left up the big hill). The parking lot is down a long driveway on the left, the 4th long driveway after you start up the hill. Look for the stone post marker that has âMt Archer Woods Town of Lymeâ written on it. It faces the road, so you canât read it until you are on top of it. (If you get to 100 Mt. Archer Road, you have gone too far).