Virtual Cranberry Walk & Bake - Online

Sponsored by Mass Audubon Education
November 20, 2020 (Friday) 7:00-8:30pm




Doug Lowry - Teacher Naturalist, North River Wildlife Sanctuary; Morgyn Ellis - Education Manager, South Shore






Nonmembers can join today during checkout and take immediate advantage of member prices.

Cranberries, also known as 'sassamanesh" and "ibimi," to people of the First Nations, thrive in growing conditions that most plants would avoid--acidic soil, lower temperatures, and few nutrients. In fact, Vitamin C rich cranberries are one of just a handful of cultivated fruits native to this country. They're also favorites on holiday dinner tables and make delicious treats. In this online presentation, we'll take a virtual walk through cranberry country and examine the enormous impact cranberry bogs have on landscapes in Southeastern Massachusetts, similar to Mass Audubon Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary. You'll also receive a delicious cranberry scone recipe, which we encourage you to bake and enjoy during the presentation, creating a one-of-a-kind multi-sensory experience.

Instructions and Directions:

24 hours before program start you will receive login information and instructions to join this program via Microsoft Teams.

Registration is required.
For your own security, DO NOT send credit card information via email.

For more information, contact:

Mass Audubon Education
208 S Great Rd
Lincoln, MA 01773