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Earlier this fall, SVT collaborated with the Town of Berlin Conservation Commission to install a bridge and formalize a trail that connects two main...

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Giving Tuesday for the Trails with SVT

SVT thanks our members and friends for your generous support for local trails this #GivingTuesday. You proved, yet again, that the SVT community makes...

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SVT was thrilled to learn that voters in Berlin have supported an effort to save 100 acres of land on the northeast face of Mount Pisgah.

At a...

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The Mayflower Council of the Boy Scouts recently surprised SVT's Dan Stimson with an Award of Appreciation.

Dan, our Assistant Director of Stewardship...

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On October 18, SVT welcomed Anthony Serra as our new Land Protection Associate. 

In this recently created position, Anthony will provide support to...

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The family of Marylynn Gentry gathered at the sign marking the trail named in her honor.

During a ceremony on Sunday, October 17, SVT officially renamed the trail at the Hazel Brook Conservation Area in Wayland in honor of long-time Board...

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Thistle Dew Farm. Photo by Adrian Collins and Kevin Drake.

Thistle Dew Farm on Highland Street in Holliston has been permanently conserved as farmland, thanks to an Agricultural Preservation Restriction (APR)...

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Photo credits, clockwise from top left: Dany Pelletier, Joan Chasan, Raj Das, and Joan Chasan

SVT has received a $10,000 Land and Climate Grant to help produce and share an updated regional conservation prioritization plan that addresses...

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Lily Zanta has joined SVT as our TerraCorps/AmeriCorps member for the 2021-2022 service year. Among her many responsibilities, Lily will work with...

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Walker Fryling, an Eagle Scout candidate from Sudbury, worked with SVT on his leadership project and built a new boardwalk for our General Federation...

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Marcia Wilson and her husband Mark have been presenting live owl programs for 27 years. The Wilsons care for non-releasable owls and hawks that work as wildlife ambassadors. They will present “Eyes on Owls” on October 17

Finally! After 18 months of hosting mainly webinar events, the SVT staff is delighted to be planning several in-person walks and programs for Fall...

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SVT honored the manager and regional coordinators of the Massachusetts Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) program with the 2021 Distinguished Public Service Award. The team includes Kara Runsten (Program Manager), Courtney Rocha (Southeast), Michelle Rowden (Northeast), Carolyn Meklenberg (Greater Boston), Hillary King (Central), Andrew Smith (Greater Connecticut River Valley), and Carrieanne Petrik (Berkshire and Hilltowns).

SVT celebrated another successful year of conservation during our 2021 Annual Meeting on Sunday, September 26.

In the past year, we helped to conserve...