RANGELEY — Winona Badershall will lead a walk and talk on tree identification from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 29, at the Wilhelm Reich Museum.

Participants will learn how to use “Forest Trees of Maine” to help identify trees for themselves. This is the last program in the summer series at the museum. The program is free of charge.

Badershall graduated from the University of Maine at Farmington and she taught school for 28 years at SAD 58. She is now retired from teaching but keeps busy on her farm in Freeman. She gardens, rides her horses and helps her daughter with her flock of sheep. While a teacher, she participated in Project Wild, Project Wet and Project Learning Tree. She also trained other teachers in these programs.

Participants should meet at the outdoor classroom, near the observatory, at 2 p.m. When they park, they should look for the trail to the left, marked “Tomb.” Those attending should bring water, dress appropriately and be prepared to walk in the woods.

For more information, call the Wilhelm Reich Museum office at 864-3443 or Bonnie Clark at 778-6637.

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