Since 1939, the Massachusetts Archaeological Society is dedicated to preserving and studying the archaeological heritage of Massachusetts. With four local chapters as well as an archaeology and ethnography museum located in Middleborough, the MAS is bringing archaeology to the people of Mass in a fun and informative way!
A Guided Walk with Roland "Boot" Boutwell
Learn about plant identification and natural history on this stroll around Wright-Locke Farm in Winchester. We will touch on how plants were used by native people, colonial Americans, and modern-day folk. Please bring a hand lens (x10) if you have one. If not, these will be provided.
Difficulty: Moderate, with some rocky inclines and uneven surfaces.
Ages 10+ if accompanied by a registered adult. Steady rain cancels.
FREE for MAS Members, $15 for non-members
Wright Locke Farm
82 Ridge Street, Winchester
We will meet at the Mullen Field Parking Lot on Lockeland Road in Winchester which is across the street from the fire station and 43 Lockeland Rd. From there we will walk across the street to Wright-Locke Farm which is located at 78 Ridge Street in Winchester.
Please do not park either at Wright-Locke Farm or at the Community Garden across the street from the farm. Thank you for your understanding. Cars may not park along Ridge Street at any time.
Date & Time
Wed, May 3, 2023 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM