April Hill Conservation and Education Center is proud to offer ongoing workshops and classes for the community!

Led by knowledgeable guests and Greenagers staff, our workshops cover a myriad of topics, all with the primary goal of teaching important skills and connecting our community through food, farming, conservation, and friends.

We acknowledge the importance of outdoor exploration during this time-however, we also adhere to guidelines of the CDC and State of Massachusetts. All events and workshops will be held outdoors. Masks and social distancing are required.


operation pollination citizen science walk with greenagers

Due to unexpected circumstances this event has been POSTPONED tO SPRING 2022.

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Greet the seasons at april hill

Come experience the seasonal changes at April Hill. Meet Eli Fry, the Trails Coordinator, for a guided trip around the historic April Hill grounds and forest. We will discuss historical usage of the property, the natural environment that surrounds it, and how these aspects are integrated. Come for all four hikes to watch as the year unfolds. Please dress for the weather, bring water, and expect a moderate hike. Limited spaces available – please RSVP to email hidden; JavaScript is required  Goodwill donations welcome but not required.

Fall Equinox Hike – thursday, September 23rd, 4pm – 5:30pm. following the hike, Alliance for a viable future will host an equinox fire ceremony and community potluck in honor of indigenous people’s day from 6-8 pm. for more info, click here

Winter Solstice Hike – Saturday, December 18th, 10am


Art workshop series

Greenagers is proud to have Tia Maggio leading an exciting art workshop series at April Hill! Come and learn creative painting and drawing techniques- this series works for artists at every level. Tia pulls her inspiration from nature as “it is the only thing that really makes sense to me – wild sunsets, storms, brambles and branches.” Once described as a tonalist, she describes herself as a nature based expressionist. Her pastels of sloping Piedmont hills and skies have been exhibited locally in Northern Virginia and New York City, and are in private collections in the U.S., Italy, Southern France, and most recently, Guatemala. Materials provided, space is limited- please RSVP to email hidden; JavaScript is required

$35 for each class or all three classes for $100

Scholarships available

new date tbd    4-6 pm

The View Outside my Window: Create 6 vignettes inspired by a brief nature walk around April Hill

new date tbd    4-6 pm

Early Harvest, Drawing and Painting from April Hill’s early produce


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