In collaboration with
the Berkshire County Historical Society’s exhibition on the New Deal, this
class will take advantage of the work done by the Civilian Conservation Corps
from 1933 – 1942 in developing state forests and parks. Walks will take place
in Pittsfield State Forest, Mt. Greylock, Bear Mountain, October Mountain and
Savoy Mountain. Walks will vary in length but with a goal of 90 minutes in
length. Easy to moderate in difficulty, but over rough terrain.
CLOSED - AT CAPACITY
Class limit 10 participants.
is Curator at the Berkshire County Historical Society at Herman Melville’s
Arrowhead balancing it with her role as the Administrative Manager at the
Bidwell House Museum. John Dickson is a recreational hiker and
volunteer/tour guide at the Berkshire County Historical Society.
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