High School

Bobcats in our Backyard!

We are welcoming back one of our favorite wildlife biologists, Melissa Ruszczyk, from the State of CT DEEP Wildlife Division who will share information about the work that is being done within our state regarding bobcats. “As top predators, it is important to monitor their population because their presence affects many other species including competing predators, prey species, and animals in direct competition with prey” -Brandon Bernhardt, CT DEEP Wildlife Division.

This program for Adults as well as students in Middle and High School is $5 per student and $10 per New Pond Farm member adult and $15 per non-member adult.

Registration is required. Please register online or by calling (203) 938-2117.

Introduction to Fly Tying

On Saturday April 28 from 10 – 11 a.m. veteran fly-tier New Pond Farm Program Director Tim Laughlin, would like to introduce you to the art of fly tying. Learn to tie a “Woolly bugger” that you will take home once it is finished. Once started this could become a lifelong hobby!
All equipment and materials will be provided.

$15 per New Pond Farm member child, $20 per non-member child

Registration is required. Please register online or by calling (203) 938-2117.

Helping the Honeybees

On Saturday April 14 from 10 – 11 a.m. join New Pond Farm Apiary Manager, Ann Murray, for a Honey Bee conversation and learn about a day in the life of a beekeeper, challenges facing bees today, and ideas of how you can help these important pollinators.

This program for Adults and Teens is $10 per New Pond Farm member and $15 per non-member,

Registration is required. Please register online or by calling (203) 938-2117.