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The Healey-Driscoll Administration urges the public to take precautions when around waterbodies
Bonuses of up to $1,000 Available for Qualified Applicants Committed to Working for the Entire Summer Season, in Addition to Hourly Salary Increases of $22-$27
DCR Will Begin Work in Spring 2023
The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation will offer free and low-cost family-friendly programs during the upcoming April school vacation week
Arrigo will officially start in the Healey-Driscoll Administration on April 24th
Registration is now open for the 17th annual Park Serve Day, which will take place on Earth Day, Saturday, April 22, 2023
The program is seeking partners that can provide free beginner swim lessons to Massachusetts residents of all ages.
DCR is Hiring Lifeguards, Swim Instructors, Pool, and Waterfront Supervisors for the 2023 Summer Season
The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation will offer free and low-cost family-friendly programs during the upcoming February school vacation week.
DCR will break ground on the Blackstone section of the Southern New England Trunkline Trail (SNETT) in Spring 2023, which is estimated to take approximately three years to complete.
Massachusetts Trails Conference takes place from Saturday, November 5, through Saturday, November 12, 2022, in various locations throughout the state
This solar reflective coating will help manage the heat and keep the pavement cooler in the summer months
With over 7,000 acres of parkland within the reservation, a total of 2,622 acres will be made available for hunting during the 2022 Deer Management Plan for the Blue Hills Reservation
Storrow Drive and Soldiers Field Road in the City of Boston, and Memorial Drive in the City of Cambridge, are restricted to “cars only” and have height restrictions as low as nine feet in some locations