Garden To Celebrate 20 Years on Sept. 8

The Attleboro Area Community Garden’s 20th Anniversary Celebration will be held on September 8, 2018 from 1 pm to 4 pm at the Garden on Hayward and Mechanic Streets in Attleboro, with a rain location at Murray UU Church, 505 North Main Street, Attleboro.
The afternoon program will include:
  • A workshop presented by Master Gardener Kathi Gariepy on “Preparing for Next Year’s Garden – Tips and Tools.” The workshop will explore how to put the garden to bed, looking at what went right this season, and how to improve the garden for next year.  In addition, a few tools ...
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A Day of Celebration

June 9th at the Deborah and Roger Richardson Nature Preserve was a day for education, recreation, and celebration as more than 200 visitors participated in walks, talks, games, geocaching, and expressing appreciation to those who made it all possible. Following acquisition of the property in June, 2016, the event was two years in the making.  New trails have been marked and boardwalks have been installed.  Signage has been put up to recognize and thank the major donors.  Interpretive panels describe the site’s history, flora, and fauna.  A new split rail fence marks the west edge of the property.  The 18th ...
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Another Milestone Accomplished at Richardson Preserve

Many hands combined to help the Attleboro Land Trust complete a new split rail fence on the Richardson Preserve just in time for the Opening Celebration on June 9. With the support of Sensata Technologies of Attleboro, four Sensata employees managed to complete the installation of more than 400 feet of split rail fencing along the western boundary of the property on May 31.  This is yet another outstanding accomplishment in an ongoing partnership with Sensata. Local businesses National Fence of Attleboro and Norton Equipment Rental were generous in their support of the project.  The Attleboro Conservation Commission provided funds ...
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Lands under our protection as of June 29, 2017: 490 acres owned; 200 acres restricted; 690 acres total.

Thanks, everyone!

We have called on our pool of volunteers many times over the past year and they have come through every time, whether it involves stuffing envelopes, pruning trails, or doing some pretty heavy lifting.  We can always use more volunteers, so if you are not already in our volunteer pool, please send us your email address and we will add you to the list. Roy Belcher, Russ Pray, Bob Martin, Ken Drucker, Jeff Lundgren, and Phil Boucher Image credit: C Adler Dick Cheyne, Jeff Lundgren, Bill Lewis, Ken Drucker, and Russ Pray installing a signpost at the Richardson Preserve, December ...
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Upcoming Events

Oct
13
Sat
10:00 am Fairy House Exhibit @ Deborah and Roger Richardson Nature Preserve
Fairy House Exhibit @ Deborah and Roger Richardson Nature Preserve
Oct 13 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
As part of the City’s Big Read Event, (This year’s book is Five Skies.) we’re having a Fairy House Exhibit! On Saturday October 13 we are inviting you to bring your own created fairy house for display. You, and other exhibitors will set up your houses between 9:00am and 10:00am. The exhibit itself, open to[...]

Membership dues of $25 or donations in any amount may be made online to the Attleboro Land Trust here: