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4th Annual Monarch Butterfly Release Event | Goshen | September 8

Sep 2 2019
4th Annual Monarch Butterfly Release Event at the Three Sisters Sanctuary Sunday, September 8, 1:00-3:00pm
Three Sisters Sanctuary, 188 Cape Street, Goshen ,MA
Facebook event:
“4th Annual Monarch Release Event at Three Sisters Sanctuary, Sunday, September 8th 1-3p.m.
Join Bev Montague at Three Sisters Sanctuary for a wonderful [continue reading]

Review of the Three Sisters Sanctuary in Goshen

Jun 22 2019
Do you know about the  Three Sisters Sanctuary  in Goshen? If not, its definitely worth checking out.
And the story behind the creation of the Sanctuary is very touching:
Read the review and see photos here: [continue reading]

Senior Snowshoe with All Out Adventures

Jan 22 2019

Jan 29th, 2019 – 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
DAR State Forest
78 Cape St
Hilltown Land Trust is partnering with All Out Adventures to offer an opportunity to get outside and enjoy the mid-winter beauty of a late January day. On Tuesday January 29th,… [continue reading]

Community Spotlight: Hilltown Food Pantry

Jan 9 2019
I have worked as the Director of the Hilltown Food Pantry in Goshen for 25 years. When asked why I do this work, one thing that comes to mind is the good, old bumper sticker that reads, “think globally, act locally.” We all hear of the horrible hunger, even starvation for some, all over the [continue reading]

Exploring D.A.R. State Forest, Goshen, MA

Jan 3 2013
By Gini Traub
Winter is such a funny season.  Easy to love.  Easy to loathe. 
We all have our lists: My “love” list includes the brightness of sun and moon on a smooth white landscape. Bare branches interlaced against a blue sky.  How a light cover of snow reveals the lay of the land. How icicles build [continue reading]

The Hilltowns Region

Nov 10 2008
The Hilltowns include areas of Franklin, Hampshire and Hampden counties west of and above the hills bordering the Connecticut River rift valley. This is a rolling, wooded, lightly populated area of Massachusetts, and contains several important wildlife habitat areas and watersheds. Residents of the area are intimately familiar with New England’s fifth season – mud!
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