Friends of Pine Hawk Community Service Events

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The next community service day is planned for the afternoon of Sunday, April 29, 2018 at 1 p.m. and it will focus on clearing a short but important connection to a new, infant trail.

The new trail, called the Nashoba Trail (NT) will be an extension of the Trail Through Time.  It will begin on the newly opened Bruce Freeman Rail Trail (BFRT), and wind through a series of town open spaces to connect with the Sarah Doublet Forest in Littleton. The NT project will be sponsored jointly by Littleton's and Acton's Conservation Trusts.  The first section of this new trail will be a short link that connects the TTT to the BFRT.

If you would like to help, please RSVP to Linda McElroy at 978-429-8000 or Bob Ferrara at rferrara@mit.edu or 978-263-8642.   We will be meeting about 1:00 PM near the Trial Through Time entrance at the end of Wheeler Lane off Route 27 in North Acton just beyond the Monument Company.  Also you are welcome to join us for lunch beforehand at 11:30 at Legends Cafe in West Acton. 

The Trail Through Time is a heritage trail through town-owned conservation lands in North Acton, Massachusetts. The Trail includes sites and stone structures representative of two distinct cultures, the colonial and the Native American, that existed both serially and concurrently within a relatively small geographical area.