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Conservation Associates Sponsor Walk this Saturday

by Mary Curran
November 20, 2013

Join Marc Connelly and the Holliston Conservation Associates on a walk on the rail trail on Saturday, November 23rd at 9 AM.  

We will meet at Hopping Brook Road and walk to the Milford line.  There is parking in the industrial park along the road or in the NE Water Works parking lot (weekends only).  

The walk will be on a flat (new and improved!) trail.  The walk will be approximately four miles long and last between one and two hours, depending on the amount of stopping and talking we do.  You can come for all or part of the walk.  Bring a friend.

 

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