Come join our South East Regional Scientist, Gene Albanese, to learn about the importance of native plant species. You will help collect beneficial seeds to be used for restoration projects in the South East Region of Massachusetts.
No prior experience is needed and all are welcome! It is recommended that you wear waterproof shoes, as some areas of the site are damp. No porta potty is accessible on site. Please bring your reusable water bottle and dress appropriately for the temperature as we enter the colder months. All materials will be provided.
Allens Pond Wildlife Sanctuary, Allens Neck Rd. Trailhead
Parking and Directions: Please park at our Allens Neck Rd parking lot at 92 Allens Neck Rd. South Dartmouth, MA, 02748, here a staff member will greet you.
Follow directions to Stone Barn Farm (786 East Horseneck Road, Dartmouth, MA 02748) and continue east on E. Horseneck Rd for another 0.7 miles. Turn right onto Allens Neck Rd and proceed 0.4 miles to parking lot on your right. Massachusetts Audubon Society signs are posted .