1350 West Street
Pittsfield, Massachusetts 01201
John Lambert Nature Trail webpage
Berkshire Community College webpage
Berkshire Community College map and directions
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The John Lambert Nature Trail, made and maintained by Environmental and Life Sciences Department students and faculty, can be found behind the Ralph Hoffmann Environmental Science and Sustainable Energy Center; arrows and white blazes on trees mark the way. On this portion of the college’s 180-acre campus, you initially walk through a formerly cultivated upland meadow, then you enter forests that have developed from what was once pasture land (note the apple trees).
From John Lambert Nature Trail webpage
About Berkshire Community College
Berkshire Community College is a public community college in Berkshire County with its primary campus in Pittsfield. Established in the 1960s, it is the oldest college founded by the Massachusetts Community Colleges Executive Office.
Berkshire Community College’s main campus at 1350 West Street spans 180 acres in a park-like setting. Facilities include the Ralph Hoffmann Environmental Science and Sustainable Energy Center, and the Barbara A. Nichols Nursing Arts Center, which houses the college’s nursing courses.