Learn more: www.pmc.org
Attention Leadmine trail users! Below is an important message from the Trails Committee regarding the access to certain trails in town.
The Hamant Brook dam removal project on the Leadmine (OSV) property will start next Monday September 18. During the construction period the 10 OSV Road trail access will be closed to all trail users and parking, as will the Morgan and Old Growth trails, along with the northern end of the Arbutus Park loop trail. Access to these areas will be signed CLOSED! Trail access will still be open at both 10 Shattuck Rd and 197 Leadmine Rd.
PLEASE be safe and stay out of the construction area! As the construction progresses updates will be posted and project tours are also being planned. Dam removal is expected to take 70 days, with final plantings next spring.THANK YOU for your cooperation!
Read more: http://sturbridgema.pt7.vt-s.net/node/12163
Hamant Brook Dam removal update: WE HAVE RECEIVED WORD THAT SOME FOLKS ARE NOT FOLLOWING THE SIGNS AND OUR REQUESTS TO STAY OUT OF THE DAM REMOVAL CONSTRUCTION AREA. PLEASE FOLKS, THIS IS FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY! The construction equipment is LARGE and may not see you, and the trail surfaces have been damaged by all this equipment, and present hazards when walking. Please stay out of the area, go enjoy using our other trails! THANKS!
The Brimfield Trial Committee
Please save the Date for the Annual Fundraiser Event.
Saturday, April 28, 2018 @ 9:00 AM
5 Bridge Road, Brimfield, MA
Proceeds go to trail maintenance and completion of the trail connecting to Sturbridge, MA
and Palmer, MA. Details to follow as available!
Dean Pond Rd
Brimfield State Forest
Westville Recreation Area
Walking, grilling, fishing & more ... more information
The Last Green Valley is the 35-town National Heritage Corridor in eastern Connecticut and south-central Massachusetts. It’s also a member supported, non-profit stewardship organization working for you in the National Heritage Corridor. Learn more
Capen Hill Nature Sanctuary
56 Capen Road
It is an 86 acre green space located in Charlton, MA. We have trails open from dawn until dusk and a visitor center that houses a library, mineral collection, live animals, and gift shop. The sanctuary is FREE of charge to enjoy. Our main mission is preservation and environmental education. We host many programs and a great sumnmer nature and science camp.