At the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, Mark Blazis gives some of the history of New England’s stone walls: Mark Blazis: Trees can grow back, but New England’s old stone walls are irreplaceable
WORCESTER – The Greater Worcester Land Trust received its first gift of property near the Holden line on Dec. 6, 1995. Twenty-two years to the day, it bought the property across the street, securing a key connection linking 918 acres of the Four Town Greenway all the way up to Holden.
“Before (this property acquisition) there was 918 acres separated into two chunks,” said Colin Novick, executive director of the Greater Worcester Land Trust. “This puts the two chunks together.”
In September of 2013, the Worcester Telegram & Gazette named The Cascades as one of the top 10 things to love about Worcester.
In March 2015, GWLT was featured in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette for our work on Crow Hill.
A wonderful Telegram & Gazette piece on Worcester’s East-West Trail and its development status. Partners Park Spirit, Worcester DPW&P, & GWLT have worked on this effort for years. Kudos to Park Spirit for their promotion of this resource!