Events In The Watershed

Caterpillars Count! Volunteer Training

Wednesday, May 29 at 06:30 pm

Community Science

Family Friendly

Everyone

Kristy Morleyi

Caterpillars Count! is a volunteer community science project for measuring the seasonal variation, also known as phenology, and abundance of arthropods like caterpillars, beetles, and spiders found on the foliage of trees and shrubs. Join Senior Naturalist, Kristy Morley every Wednesday at 6:30pm throughout the summer at Crossways Preserve to collect data on the caterpillars and other arthropods there.

 

No experience is necessary and this volunteer opportunity is suitable for adults and families with school-age children. You may attend as many or as few meet-ups as you would like, it's not required to attend every week. In-person training will be held May 29 at 6:30pm at Four Mills Barn.

 

Email Kristy@wissahickontrails.org for more details or with any questions.

 

Accessibility Information: 

The first floor of the Four Mills Barn (where the program takes place) is wheelchair accessible and has heating/air conditioning, a water bottle refilling station, accessible all gender bathrooms, and seating available. The first floor family restroom has a private changing table and there is a nearby private area that can be used as a lactation room. 

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Event Details
  • Location

    Four Mills Barn, 12 Morris Rd, Ambler, PA 19002

  • Contact

    kristy@wissahickontrails.org

  • Parking

    Gravel parking lot on same level as program

  • Price

    Free