We invite you to join us on Tuesday, October 22nd, at Murray Unitarian Universalist Church, 505 N Main Street, for the kick-off of a new initiative of the Attleboro Land Trust, the City of Attleboro and Mass Audubon. A program to link all the open spaces in Attleboro through a network of walkable trails connecting city parks with rolling meadows and peaceful woodland paths.
Don Burn, founder of the highly successful “Charm Bracelet” trail system in Westborough Massachusetts will deliver the keynote. A featured speaker for MassTrails, Don will share his experience of building a trail network suited for all types of hikers that today extends 28 miles, connecting every neighborhood in Westborough. He will share his insights on the significant community impact of urban walkable trails and the best ways to preserve them.
The evening will start with a Welcome Social from 7 – 7:30 pm. The formal presentations will start at 7:30.
The Attleboro Land Trust will hold a fall clean-up on Saturday, October 26, from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon. Volunteers are needed to prune trails and help with other tasks. Meet at the Colman Reservation parking lot, 186 Steere Street.
Some pruning tools and work gloves will be available, but if you have your own, bring them. Volunteers with chain saws are invited to help clear some trees that are blocking trails in Vaughan Memorial Forest. Volunteers with weed whackers can help widen sections of trails that have become overgrown.
Extra wheelbarrows, shovels, and rakes would be handy for spreading woodchips on portions of the trails.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Cancellations due to rain will be announced on this website.
WHERE: Murray Unitarian Universalist Church 505 N. Main St., Attleboro
WHEN: Oct 29th, 7:00 pm
WHO: Representative Jim Hawkins, Senator Paul Feeney and Senator Rebecca Rausch
CO-SPONSOR: Environmental League of Massachusetts
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There will be an “Introduction to Geocaching” walk on Saturday, November 2, 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM Rain or Shine at the Deborah and Roger Richardson Nature Preserve on Wilmarth Street in Attleboro. Attendees will find real geocaches along with some SWAG (Stuff We All Get) that they can keep. Snacks provided by the Attleboro Land Trust will be available after the event.
Sign up at the Attleboro Public Library to attend.
The Attleboro Land Trust needs volunteers to help at a work party from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon on Saturday, November 23, at Larson Woodland, on the corner of Watson Avenue and Riverbank Road, across the street from Willett School.
This work party will launch a project to remove invasive plant species from Larson Woodland, in order to prevent the loss of native species. Some tools and work gloves will be available, but if you have your own, please bring them. Helpful tools include loppers, hand pruners, saws, rakes, shovels, tarps, and wheelbarrows.
Rain date: Sat. Dec. 7. Weather cancellations will be announced on this website.
This work party is the first of several that will be held over the next year to complete this project. If you are interested in helping with this project, please let us know.
THIS EVENT IS CANCELLED DUE TO THE SNOW ON THE GROUND
Volunteers are needed at Larson Woodland to rake leaves which are piling up along the street. We will meet at 10:00 am on Riverbank Road, across the street from Willett School.
The necessary tools are rakes and tarps. We will have some, but if you have your own, please bring them.
The rain date of Sunday, December 8, from 1:00 to 3:00 pm is also cancelled.
This session will include a meeting of gardeners to start at 6:15pm. This is a great opportunity to meet fellow gardeners, hear about 2020 plans and provide your input and ideas.