The WRWC was recently featured in RI Monthly!

The WRWC will be hosting a family-friendly, full moon hike at Steere Hill this Sunday, October 29. The Steere Hill Conservation Area is known for its scenery, wildlife, and agricultural history. Steere Hill started out as a farm for orchards, hayfields, woodlots, and livestock. The property is now part of the Glocester Land Trust, which oversees the area and helps preserve its vibrant habitat, including native tall grasses for ground-nesting birds.

The hike starts at 5:45pm and lasts about 20 minutes, from the Steere Hill Trailhead meeting point to the top of the hill. Hikers will also get to enjoy hot cocoa while watching the full moon. This event is part of the WRWC Recreation Program’s “Explore the Woonasquatucket” series.

For information about Steere Hill and the Glocester Land Trust, you can click here.

You can read the full story in RI Monthly here.