To lead in conserving land, water, and wildlife habitat on the greater Blue Hill Peninsula.

To teach and practice a stewardship ethic.

To promote ecological, economic, and community health for this and future generations.

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Learning with Nature: Zoom Session for Families Remote Learning and Homeschooling During Covid 19

Program Title: Learning with Nature: Zoom Sessions for Families Remote Learning and Homeschooling During Covid Description: Need ideas for learning at home this year? Want to know more about what you can do on our local trails? Do you need downloadable activities for your kids to do in your backyard? BHHT and IHT are offering . . . read more »

Nature Scavenger Hunts!

Nature Scavenger Hunts! DESCRIPTION: These scavenger hunts, or nature based activity prompts, provide a wide range of opportunity to delve into observing the natural world and engaging with the earth in many different ways including nature journaling, found object sculpture, water body investigation, nose-to-the ground forest floor investigations, phenology studies, color collecting, using all the . . . read more »

Forest Days Professional Learning Program with Blue Hill Heritage Trust

Forest Days Professional Learning Program with Blue Hill Heritage Trust   A  Q and A Session over zoom will take place to introduce this program, Wednesday, August 28th 10:30-11:30am. REGISTER HERE   Because of Covid-19, there has been a great increase in interest around outdoor learning on the peninsula, and we have had many requests . . . read more »