Join us at Vermont Family Forests’ beautiful Wells Farm in Lincoln to savor Celtic music played by the Full Circle Recorder Ensemble. Wood-fired pizza and refreshments to follow.
When: Thursday, July 20, at 5pm
Where: Vermont Family Forests’ Anderson Wells Farm. 2542 Quaker St. Lincoln, VT
This event is free of charge, but seating and tickets are limited, so if you do register to attend, please be sure to come to the event. If your plans change, cancel via Eventbrite as soon as possible so others can take your place. We look forward to seeing you there!
Using art, science, and craft, Lester and Monique Anderson tended and loved their land in Lincoln, Vermont, for more than four decades. Their care manifested in bountiful gardens, meticulously tended fields and stone walls, restored barns, a productive apple orchard, and rewilding forests whose recovery is monitored through Lester and Monique’s carefully designed Colby Hill Ecological Project.
Before they were land conservers, Lester and Monique were, among many other things, recorder players and members of the Washington DC Recorder Society. Since 2011, Woodwinds in the Middle Barn has celebrated Lester and Monique’s deep love for their home lands, as local musicians create beautiful harmonies from the Andersons’ collection of Coolsma and Dolmetsch recorders.
Beautiful music is an essential part of community well-being, so Woodwinds in the Middle Barn fits well with Vermont Family Forests’ mission to observe, understand, and preserve forest ecosystem health; to practice forest-centered conservation that is holistic and adaptive; to support careful management of local family forests for ecological, economic, and social benefits; and to foster a forest culture focused on community well-being, ecological resilience, and the quest for an optimal land ethic.