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Fresh Ponding

Location

Walter J. Sullivan Water Treatment Facility
250 Fresh Pond Pkwy.
Cambridge, MA 02138

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Contact

Tim Puopolo
tpuopolo@cambridgeMA.gov
6173496489

Description

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Meet on-site at Black’s Nook, 667-671 Concord Avenue, Cambridge. Drop in any time during the span!

What is "ponding"? Ponding is the act of looking through a scoop of "pond muck" to find all the beautiful things living in it! Every square inch of a healthy pond should yield something alive. Tadpoles and turtles and nymphs, oh my!

Part of Cambridge’s Earth Month celebrations, meet the Cambridge Rangers on-site at the boardwalk of Black's Nook (trail map here: https://bit.ly/2G1b3DE) at Fresh Pond Reservation. We'll have the buckets, bins, nets, microscopes, magnifying glasses, and nature guides... you just need to show up and see what you can find living in these waters. It's a (micro) jungle out there! Contact Ranger Tim at tpuopolo@cambridgeMA.gov

This event is part of the City's Earth Month Celebration in April

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