Open Gate at our Dance Nature Sanctuary: Snowshoe event turns into a beautiful spring hike!

Our Open Gate Event at Dance Nature Sanctuary in March went from the intended cross-country skiing and snowshoeing event to a warm, sunny spring hike!

We’d like to thank our amazing volunteers, Jon, Patricia, and Kelsey, for organizing this event. The glorious sunny march day brought out over 75 people! The Dance Nature Sanctuary, our first protected property, was donated to us in 2006 by Alice Sharpe. This property is made up of 100 acres of forests, fields, swamps and marshes.

Check out our events page for details on our upcoming events for your chance to connect with nature!

The invasive species; Buckthorn. KLT volunteers have removed many of these Buckthorn species in previous events.


Volunteer Jon Lazure (third from the right) talks about the many stewardship projects that have taken place on this property.


The native trees and shrubs planted during the fall are taking root.


Volunteers, friends and family enjoying the beautiful weather.