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MassDCR Feb 15
’s is a great place to learn about America’s . Yesterday, a group of high school students stopped by to watch the “Walden” film, which can be viewed at the new visitor center.
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MassDCR Feb 2
wishes a Happy 113th Anniversary to our partners at the !
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MassDCR Feb 1
Arbor Day is just around the corner. Order your seedlings now for your Arbor Day celebration!
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MAEnergy Environment Jan 31
Today, named MA the top LEED-certified state for the 2nd straight year – and the Commonwealth is with 14 new state buildings certified in 2017 for a total of 73, including 's LEED Gold Certified Walden Pond Visitor Center:
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MassDCR Jan 31
The newest edition of ’s Citizen Forester is available!
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MassDCR Jan 18
Looking for something to do? Check out ’s online event calendar for the latest programming that is being offered throughout the state parks system:
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Mayor Bill Carpenter Jan 17
Brockton is participating in the “Greening the Gateway Cities” Program! This campaign allows qualifying Brockton residents to have free trees planted in their yard! SEE IF YOU QUALIFY TODAY!
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SCA MA AmeriCorps Jan 17
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MassDCR Jan 16
Due to forecast snow, tomorrow’s public meeting at the Plymouth Library re landscape improvements at has been postponed until January 24th:
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MassDCR Jan 11
Visit State Reservation this Sunday from 12:00PM-2:30PM, where staff and local historians will commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. and the legacy of Henry David Thoreau’s essay Civil Disobedience.
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Northern Research Jan 9
Forests composed of a mixture of hardwood and softwood trees offer a variety of potential ecological and economic values beyond what pure stands provide. Scientists are exploring the benefits and the challenges of managing these forests.
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MassDCR Jan 9
, , , and are reminding the public of the dangers associated with walking on ice over bodies of water. Visit for ice safety tips.
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MassDCR Jan 5
William J. Day Boulevard in the City of Boston will be closed from the Massachusetts State Police Barracks to G Street to accommodate snowstorm cleanup activities.
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MassDCR Jan 5
will be lifting all parking bans on agency parkways at 5:00PM today. Additionally, please be mindful of heavy equipment throughout the day as the snow removal process continues.
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MassDCR Jan 4
personnel continue to clear parkways, pathways, and other state park facilities throughout the Commonwealth. Remember to stay safe and !
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MassDCR Jan 4
Morrissey Boulevard in the City of Boston will be closed to all traffic between UMass Boston and Freeport Street starting at 11:00AM, due to a 2 foot surge, prior to the 12:30PM astronomical high tide.
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MassDCR Jan 4
Also, ice rinks and other facilities in the GreaterBoston area will be closed today due to the snowstorm. However, the Leo J.Martin Ski Track is open! Visitors of all other locations should call ahead.
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MassDCR Jan 4
Please be advised that parking bans are in full effect along all parkways until Friday, January 5th, following snowstorm cleanup activities.
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MassDCR Jan 2
A large group of 85 hikers welcomed the by attending ’s at !
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MassDCR Jan 1
A great turnout of over 60 people participated during ’s . staff did a great job offering these free, guided hikes throughout the Commonwealth!
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