Tupperware container hidden in the features of the landscape. Located not far from several trails. Trail map available at the Nature Center. There is an entrance fee. These woods were farm land in living memory of some locals, and have reverted to forest. Wildlife populations have diversified. Turkey, fox beaver, coyote, bobcat and fisher all live in these woods. Check out the museum for more info.
The DPNC is a small private member supported nonprofit environmental education center. It has a great little museum with recently updated exhibits. Live owls in the back. Ten miles of trails on 200 acres. The landscape is mixed decidous and conifer forest, several small ponds, a couple of streams and large metamorphic bedrock rock piles emerging across the landscape.