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    For kids… The Trust sponsors the Tom Denney Nature Camp in Bolton. July to early August.

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    Practice Rock Climbing

    The advanced Eco-Adventures campers from Tom Denney Nature Camp

  • Bolton Town Common Initiative

    Initiative to transform the Old Smith Property into a vibrant Town Common

  • Walking the Trail

    Annual Meeting Walk

    Trust members enjoy a trail walk and talk about raptors before the Annual Meeting

  • Fun Class

    Fun with Four Winds – Birds’ Beaks

    Students practice picking things up using different things as “beaks”

  • 275th Anniversary

    July 4th Parade

    Tom Denney Nature Camp counselors and campers decorate a car for the Bolton July 4th Parade

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    Annual Meeting Talk – Raptors

    How to lose a finger…

  • Trail Blazing by Roemer and Son

    New Bolton Center Trail

    Bob and Max Roemer, and Al Ferry complete work on the new Bolton Center Trail.

  • Nature Education

    Fun with Four Winds – Signs of Leaf-Eaters

    Students learn that different insects eat leaves in different ways. Some eat edges, some chew holes in the middle, some eat everything but the tough veins.

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    Annual Meeting Talk – Raptors

    Trust members enjoyed a raptor presentation at the Annual Meeting. This vulture was a guest of honor.

  • Kids having fun

    Fun with Four Winds – Frog Stomp

    Students look for eggs, tadpoles, frogs and toads in a vernal pool

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    Horton Trail

    Horton Trail

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    Bower Springs

    A popular conservation area for hikers, dog walkers, and home of Tom Denney Nature Camp

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    Fun with Four Winds – Air Matters

    Air occupies volume! When the flame consumes oxygen, water is pulled into the jar to fill its space.

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    Sullivan Conservation Property

    Sullivan Conservation Property

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    Schultz Conservation Property

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    Phillip Phillips Conservation Area

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    Held Conservation Restriction

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    Annual Yard and Plant Sale at the Old Smith Garage

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    James Conservation Restriction

The Bolton Conservation Trust

The Bolton Conservation Trust has embarked on an exciting initiative. Please join us in envisioning and supporting the creation of a vibrant Town Common in the heart of Bolton.  

“Stop the Pipeline” Nature Walk, November 8

Perhaps you've noticed the "Stop the Pipeline" signs around town and wondered what all the concern is about.

Join the Bolton Conservation Commission, the Bolton Conservation Trust and Stop the Pipeline/Bolton on Saturday, November 8th at 1 p.m. for a nature walk along part of the proposed pipeline route near Randall Road.

We will hike the trails through one of Bolton's most pristine conservation areas, see beautiful views of vernal pool habitat from a ledge overlook and talk about the possible impact to the conservation land and adjoining private land, if the pipeline project is approved.

Please park along the paved portion of Randall Road or Rocky Dundee Road. We will meet at the beginning of the dirt section of Randall Road at the intersection with Rocky Dundee.

The walk will be held in good and fair weather but cancelled in heavy rain. Wear shoes/boots that provide ankle support and traction.

For further information please contact: Carol Gumbart (weekdays) at 978-779-3304, concomm@townofbolton.com or Betsy Taylor-Kennedy

For more information about the proposed pipeline, join stopthepipeline_bolton on Yahoo Groups or contact BoltonGasPipeline@comcast.net. Find more information about the Pipeline at MassPLAN.org and NoFrackedGasInMass.org including Bolton's page in the "Town by Town" section, and at www.townofbolton.com.

The Bolton Town Common Initiative

The Trust is embarking on what will be its most ambitious project: to transform eight acres in the heart of Bolton into a vibrant Town Common that can be enjoyed by all. Please share your ideas in our survey at www.boltontowncommon.org

Tom Denney Nature Camp

The Tom Denney Nature Camp, with Eco-Adventures for middle-schoolers, is held at Bower Springs Conservation Area from July until August. It is as nature-immersed as a day camp for kids can be. Woods, fields, streams, ponds, trees, and trails. Register at http://tdnc.boltonconservationtrust.org/

Please Join and Donate

Please donate and join all the other Bolton residents.

Become a vital part of Bolton Conservation Trust’s mission.
Thanks to our members and donors, we are bringing communities and nature together by connecting people and the land.