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Walking the Bob Marshall Trail

A group of 17 hikers left the parking area at Harvard Forest on Sunday morning to begin the trek down to Tom Swamp. The trail is named after Bob Marshall, a former graduate student at the Harvard Forest and founder of The Wilderness Society (among other professional accomplishments) back in the 1930s. While completing his […]

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Signs about Town

These signs are out and about in the East Quabbin communities. Don’t miss this great event and all the proceeds goes towards maintenance of the Mass Central Rail Trail and other preserves. Bring your family and friends to the Station Loop Ramble on Sunday, October 8th! For full details go to StationLoopRamble.EQLT.org

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Great Prizes for All Winners

 

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Great view from McCarthy Road

Thanks to the hard work of Harrison, Jeff, Carina, Ann, Becky, Elisabeth, Darrell, James, Richie, Sterling, Jake, Dave and Cynthia, the view from McCarthy Road in North Brookfield is opened up. The Wendemuth Meadow work-day focused on the McCarthy Road end of the property.  The gate was installed, so now the entrance is more inviting […]

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New England History through Trees

Yesterday members of EQLT’s Leadership Circle got a guided tour through the newly renovated Fisher Museum at the Harvard Forest in Petersham.  John O’Keefe, retired Museum Director and EQLT member, shared his insights on the changes to New England forests over the past several centuries, the original goal of Dr. Fisher and Harvard University in […]

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Camping Out!

The weather was pretty perfect for our first-ever EQLT sponsored camping trip. This time we slept out at the Coxhall Kitchen Garden. Everyone was impressed with the size of the stone wall enclosure, and amazed that it was built back in 1774 to be a kitchen garden, which was popular back in England at the […]

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Woodland Connections for Women

Yesterday morning we had a terrific walk and talk at Susan Lincoln’s property in Ware. We gathered by the house for a round of introductions and then headed to the woods. On the way to the valley overlook, the conversation meandered from reasons for harvesting (or not) wood, erosion from roads and the importance of […]

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Changing weather patterns – with warmer temperatures and shifting amounts of water – is evident in our daily lives. But what does this mean for the natural world that sustains us? Rebecca Quiñones, the rivers and streams project leader at MassWildlife, shared her expertise and ongoing research into the changes already happening in our cold-water […]

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