This walk is now filled. Check out our next upcoming walk Explore Norwell’s Stetson Meadows on Sunday, February 3rd from 1:00–2:30 pm.
With NSRWA’s Kezia Bacon and Brian Taylor
Two Mile Village is a section of Marshfield with a rich history of milling and salt marsh haying. Join Kezia Bacon and NSRWA’s educator Brian Taylor to explore two adjoining conservation areas in this relatively quiet part of town. We’ll catch glimpses of the North River and its marshes as we walk woodland trails and old cart paths through both the Jose Carreiro Woodland (town-owned) and Two Mile Reservation (owned by The Trustees). Along the way, Kezia will discuss the history of the area — the river and its shipbuilding industry, the mills and factories along Two Mile Brook, salt-haying, and much more. Meet at the entrance to Jose Carreiro Conservation Area, at the end of Maryland Street (off Union Street) in Marshfield. Plenty of on-street parking! Families welcome. No dogs please.