Getting a little stir-crazy staying inside this winter? Get out and explore wild Worcester with GWLT board member Mike Peckar at the Trust’s Nick’s Woods conservation area. Hikers will leave at 10am and return about noon.
Participants may park at Tri-Life Church, Holden Street, Worcester, MA. map
The Worcester Telegram & Gazette has an article by Craig Semon about GWLT’s recent grant to help add a missing piece to our Four-Town Greenway:
A round of state grants for land conservation awarded last week includes money that will help extend a hiking trail loop next to the Paxton recreation complex off West Street (Route 31) and preserve a “missing piece” of an east-west corridor of open space that connects a hiking trail in Worcester to the Mid-State Trail, according to the Greater Worcester Land Trust.
To read the entire article, visit: https://www.telegram.com/news/20190121/paxton-forestland-to-be-protected-under-state-conservation-grant
The Telegram & Gazette’s photographers caught our volunteer crew in action hewing timber for signs. Take a look at the link below!
Keep your eyes on this space in the coming months for a new column by GWLT board member Justin Raphaelson, author of the hiking blog JCXC. We’re looking forward to his views on exploring the great outdoors in Worcester.