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Blown down trees cleared at the Oaks

On 8 September 2021, Larry Kunz and Gordon Taylor cleared a couple of downed trees on the route designated as the circuit of the Oaks conservation land next to the Oak Trail residential development. These trees are well into the Read more…

Trees and undergrowth cleared at Keyes Farm

On 9 September 2021, Larry Kunz and Gordon Taylor cleared much of the Keyes Farm trail. There were many trees down and one or two potentially dangerous overhanging broken limbs and trunks. The trail from the parking lot into the Read more…

Downed trees cleared at Danforth

Larry Kunz and Gordon Taylor cleared several trees at the Danforth Brook area on August 27. It was a VERY hot and humid day!  

Downed Tree cleared on the Bob Horton Trail

Bob and Alice Roemer continue to clear fallen trees at the Lime Kiln area. This one was cleared on August 28. It was on the Bob Horton Trail.  

Blockages removed at Bowers

Larry Kunz and Gordon Taylor cleared 5 fallen trees from the trail that connects Bowers Springs to Vaughn Hills via the “Big Bridge” over Bowers Brook and the Held easement. They also moved an unused bog bridge to a place Read more…

The Overlook Trail sign cleared

On Thursday 17 June 2021, Betsy Taylor-Kennedy took loppers and shears to the multi-flora rose that had overgrown the sign at the entrance to the Overlook on Watttaquadock Road. This invasive plant had been growing vigorously and the sign had Read more…

Old plank bridge replaced at Wilder

On Thursday, 17 June 2021 a team of Bob Roemer, Drew Schabhut, Larry Kunz, Brianna Carlisle and Gordon Taylor installed a new bridge to replace the old plank bridge that had long since been overgrown and/or washed downstream. They were Read more…

Bog Bridge repaired at Fyfeshire

On Friday June 18, Gordon Taylor repaired a section of Bog Bridge adjacent to Fyfeshire Upper Pond. The stringers and treads were is decent shape, but the screws had largely corroded away.  

Five Natural Oddities You Can Find Outdoors in Bolton

The Bolton Trails Committee wasn’t upset that some of Bolton’s natural features were excluded from Boston Magazine’s recent article, Five Natural Oddities You Can Find Outdoors near Boston by Kaylyn Yee but thought we should take a crack at our Read more…

Blow Down at Bowers

It’s amazing what you can do when walking the dog at you happen to have a folding saw in your pocket! On Saturday 15 May, Larry was out with his dog Beau and they came across a tree blocking trail. Read more…