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Colman Reservation

Property Profile

Location Steere Street, north side
Size 77 acres
Acquisition Date October 30, 1992
Donor Adele B. Colman
Maps JPEG - PDF
Public Access Walking trails beginning at parking lot on Steere Street
 

Giant Hemlock at Colman Reservation

   

Special Features

The Colman Reservation, which is also accessible from Dorrance Street, is approximately 50% forested wetland and 50% upland forest. Some natural features of particular interest are a 200-year old hemlock tree and a glacial erratic boulder about 15 feet in diameter. Trails crisscross the area.

Future Plans

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Dedication

October 16, 1993 - Picture

 


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Thank yous

Adele B. Colman Land
Reusable Resources of Attleboro Major cash donation
Eric Brown Original entrance sign
Marty Pyne, Troop 37 Eagle Scout Project - Boardwalk construction
Fields Pond Foundation $1000 grant for trail and boardwalk construction
Carl Dorrance Construction of parking lot.  Materials and services donated in memory of Melvin G. Dorrance.
Matthew Cardosi, Troop 15 Eagle Scout Project - Improvements to parking lot including resurfacing (2003)
Morse Sand and Gravel Materials donated for boardwalk and parking lot resurfacing
Alex Krofta, Attleboro High School Trail directional signs
Geoff Gaunt New entrance sign (2004)


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