Talks on Nature and Culture, every Wednesday night, often related to the mountain and the Berkshires.
Events are free and open to the public.
Dinner served at 7, after the talk (reservations required for dinner: Call: 413-743-1591, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check menu page for the evenings offering.
Each year the Lodge presents a variety of free talks, demonstrations and music programmed around the history, nature and culture of the region. And each year there is a special focus, this year it’s the Gardens of the Berkshires. Periodically throughout the season special events will cover the different gardens and landscapes that can be found in the Berkshire region. Asterisks mark the Garden/Landscape Events.
Wednesday, July 25,
Lauren Stevens asks What is your watershed address?
Everyone has a watershed address, and all of us play a role in watershed ecology. Bascom Lodge is in the Hoosic watershed, which extends from Lanesborough to Arlington, VT, and from the Hoosacs to the Hudson River. The Hoosic River Watershed Association conducts research and monitoring, education and advocacy. Current major projects include a greenway in Hoosick Falls and flood control chute improvements in North Adams.
Lauren Stevens is president of the Hoosic River Watershed Association, Berkshire Eagle environmental columnist, author of Hikes and Walks in the Berkshires and co-author of Most Excellent Majesty, a history of Mount Greylock.