On any given day, our new team of roving Outdoor Educators can be found on one of 14 different properties across eastern Massachusetts leading guided hikes and teaching participants about the unique cultural and natural history of some of our hidden gems. With the guidance of these experienced hikers, you can take in unique experiences such as sunrise hikes, sunset hikes, night hikes, and family-friendly woodland adventures.
We wanted to highlight this team and give you a chance to know more about them before heading out on the trail.
Meet Aimee Graeber.
What do you enjoy the most about leading hikes for The Trustees? I enjoy facilitating connections with each property’s natural and historical features.
Tell us about your favorite property? Slocum’s River Reserve is a really great spot. The landscape has some wonderful changes from fields and forest to a tidal river, with several spots to appreciate amazing views.
What has been the most memorable program you have led this summer? I really enjoyed leading an Independence Day hike at Noanet Woodlands. We were able to see views of downtown Boston from Noanet Peak and explore some of the historical land use of the woodlands.
When you are not at The Trustees, where can we find you/what do you do for fun? When I’m not leading hikes for The Trustees, I love relaxing at the beach, reading a book, and exploring different areas of New England.