June 2014 Newsletter

 

Warm Season’s Greetings. . .
At long last we seem to be heading into summer. The long and cold winter gave way to a cold
and wet spring, but neither chilled our enthusiasm for enjoying our natural surroundings. This
newsletter reports that our combined celebration of Earth and Arbor Days in early May drew
lots of interest and support. That event was soon followed by an enterprising Eagle Scout
project, one that will help in locating trail entrances, encouraging everyone to explore
Marblehead’s open spaces. We also remind everyone that self-perambulation of the town’s
little known public ways has been added to the Conservancy web site, and you can see it in action at Secret Passageways .

Summer is here! Let’s get out and enjoy it.
-Bob French, President

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Trail Signage Renewal Project Begins

Steer Swamp Landfill Update

Earth Day 2014

A Quick Lead Mills Update

Visit Out Booth at the Farmers’ Market

Seed Libraries Preserve Local Plant Species

Knotweed: If You Can’t Beat It, Eat It!