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Vernal Pool Plunge | Huntington | April 16 & 23

Mar 24 2022
A group pf 17 volunteers stand around and inside a small wooded wetland called a Vernal Pool at Hilltown Land Trust's Vernal Pool Plunge event. All volunteers are dressed in rubber knee high rain boots, pants, and raincoats. Many other volunteers are holding long white extendable nets, clipboards and buckets. All these tools are used for the Vernal Pool Plunge training event. The volunteers are standing in front of a large trunk of a white pine tree with long branches and many other species of trees can be seen in the background of the photo including hemlock and maples.Vernal Pool Plunge Saturday, April 16 & 23, 10am-1pm
Fare-Thee-Well Wholeness Center
153 Pond Brook Road, Huntington MA
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Event Details :
Hilltown Land Trust is partnering with the  Wild & Scenic Westfield River Committee  to offer our annual Vernal Pool [continue reading]

Every drop counts: Plainfield woman measures precipitation in her backyard as part of a nationwide network

Nov 18 2018
Every drop counts: Plainfield woman measures precipitation in her backyard as part of a nationwide network [continue reading]

Plainfield Historical Society Offers Online Resource, Rich Hilltown History!

May 15 2013
Plainfield Historical Society Unveils Website Full of Local History Bring local history to life as you plan family activities for the summer! Thanks to Plainfield resident, Lori Austion, The  Plainfield Historical Society has recently unveiled their new website (  Although a work in progress, it’s filled with a rich amount of information on local historical [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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