Tuesday January 28, 6:30pm
Cloe Chunn, retired high school and college teacher, is a naturalist, nature journal keeper, and Registered Maine Guide. She is a cofounder of the Maine Master Naturalist Program. Her book, Fifty Hikes in the Maine Mountains (W.W. Norton), has been a standard hiking guide for over 30 years. Exploring wild places, sharing them with others, and feeling her connection to Mother Earth, are what keeps Cloe happy.
Cloe, developer of the Penobscot River Paddling Trail, will give an illustrated talk about falling in love with the Penobscot River, developing the river trail, and researching the meaning of Indigenous names of some of the special places. This is sponsored by the Indigenous People History Study Group but anyone is welcome to attend. (Snowdate : Tue, February 4)