Project Stream Site Tours

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Interact on-site with an Restoration Ecology Program guide

Restoration Ecology students have developed an outreach and education program through which they provide tours of the Project Stream site. Site tours are a perfect opportunity for interested community residents, Mount Holyoke students and alumnae and other friends of the program to learn more about the campus restoration project, as well as our fundamental approach to restoration ecology.

Tours generally launch from the South Hadley Farmers' Market booth during the summer, but we are always happy to arrange tours outside of this schedule. If you're interested in touring the site with a guide from Restoration Ecology Program, please contact us.

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Visit Project Stream

The Project Stream site is open to the public and offers visitors an ADA accessible boardwalk that meanders through forested wetlands alongside the stream.