The Penfield Trails Committee will host its annual “Indoor Hike” on Saturday, March 12, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at Penfield Town Hall, 3100 Atlantic Avenue, Penfield.
This unique event, held each year during the deep cold of the winter when the weather for outdoor hiking can be unfavorable, is a chance to explore and learn about some nature- and hiking-related topics in a lecture-style setting, with discussion time following the lecture.
This year’s topic is “Rewilding Local and Global Natural Habitats – A Sustainable Conservation Remedy,” presented by Penfield Trails Committee Chairman Nelson Carman. Mr. Carman will discuss ideas from environmentalist, author, and activist Paul Hawken on large-scale, practical remedies for reversing our climate crisis, as well as the concept of repairing and rewilding natural habitats on a global level from American biologist, naturalist, and writer E.O. Wilson. Discussion time will follow the lecture.
Hiking groups from other area towns and organizations will also be present with information about their groups and their 2022 schedules and events.
This event is free and open to the public. Participants are asked to please register at www.penfieldrec.org, or by calling Penfield Recreation at (585) 340-8655.
Penfield Trails Committee is always seeking volunteers to serve on its planning committee, as well as to do manual labor for trails maintenance. For more information, please call Penfield Recreation at (585) 340-8655.