Sunday at the Sanctuary – Pasture Animals – Wild and Wooly!
03-22-20 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Did you know that there are over 25,000 miles of historic stone walls in Connecticut and over 250,000 miles in the northeast? Billions of stones that were carried here by glaciers 20,000 years ago have been moved by farmers and settlers for hundreds of years to create these “modern pyramids” that have created crop lands, pasture lands, and a natural ecosystem unto themselves! Come and learn from live ambassador animals of the historical importance of these stone walls and the pasture lands that they created to our agrarian culture and the important role that they play as a unique environment for wildlife today.