News and events for the Greater Worcester Land Trust
Today, Executive Director Colin Novick appeared on 508: A Show About Worcester on Unity Radio to discuss gypsy moths. To listen in, look for today’s episode on their Facebook page.
If you’re a Boston Globe subscriber, you can help GWLT today with the Globe’s returning GRANT Program, a community initiative that allows subscribers to help deserving non-profits earn free advertising space.
Subscribers have $25 in a GRANT voucher to allocate to the certified 501(c)(3) of your choice.
To submit a GRANT voucher is easy — just click the button sent to you in a Globe digital subscriber email and enter the Greater Worcester Land Trust. We can later redeem your GRANT vouchers for free advertising space in the Globe. The more GRANT vouchers we earn, the larger the advertising space provided. Submission deadline is July 31, 2018.
You can also click the link below and enter your subscriber number from your home delivery invoice along with the Greater Worcester Land Trust’s name.
As often happens in summertime, I end up sitting in the shade staring up at the undersides of beautiful green leaves.
And, then I start thinking about GWLT and smile!
Perhaps some of these images will spark a memory.
Or give you an idea of what just might happen when you volunteer for a Trail Work Event.
There is just something about carrying logs with two-man timber carriers that never gets old. Tired, perhaps, but never old!
Those timbers are always put to good use!
Heading into the woods for trail work is pretty awesome! We are equipped with loppers, bow saws, clippers, and snacks – ready to work!
Volunteers move rocks!
And de-bark black locust logs!
And help build tent platforms!
And shelters for a composting toilet!
Of course, all that material has to be carried into the woods. And volunteers do that as well!
And that is why I smile when I think of GWLT!
UPDATE: The hay baler experienced technical difficulties, so the original times have been moved forward to 3:30 & 4:15 PM
4:15 PM at Donker Farm: Volunteers will help unload the hay bales into the barn. Parking for Donker Farm is at 44 Tory Fort Lane in Worcester, MA.