The Niagara Frontier Chapter of the Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK-NFC) will meet Tuesday, October 10, at Amherst Community Church, 77 Washington Highway, Amherst.
The 6:30 pm education workshop is an introduction to Leave No Trace (LNT) with Fred Thornley, a certified LNT Master Educator.
If you’re not attending the workshop, please arrive before 7 pm for the meet and greet followed by the chapter meeting at 7:15 pm and the main program at 7:30 pm. Naturalist and educator Richard Rupprecht will present his program on the Eastern timber rattlesnake.
Parking is in the lot behind the church, parallel to Amherst High School’s athletic field. Enter the rear of the church through the glass doors and continue upstairs to Fellowship Hall.
Guests and people interested in joining the chapter are welcome to attend.
For over one hundred years the Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK) has promoted conservation and serves to protect New York State’s wild lands and waters by promoting responsible outdoor recreation and building a statewide constituency of land stewardship advocates.