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Road in Fenway Neighborhood to Reopen Friday, February 23; DCR will Conduct a Feasibility Study on the Use and Design of the Road
Reservations for DCR’s 25 Campgrounds Open to the Public on March 6; Campers Can Book Up to Four Months in Advance of Arrival
DCR to Host 80 Family-Friendly Programs at 22 Properties February 17- Sunday, February 25 Including Guided Hikes, Birding, Seal Watching, Crafting and Maple Sugaring
In an effort to ensure the preservation of historically and culturally significant sites and expand access to open space
Reservations Open on January 11; Campground to Reopen for on January 18; Improvements Include Repaved Roads, Upgrades to Historic Cabins, New Roofs, Bathroom Upgrades, and a New Water System
Climate Forestry Committee Issues Recommendations for Climate-Oriented Forest Management Practices
Gift of Conservation Restriction from the City of Lynn Ensures More Than 2,000 Acres of Land Will Remain Accessible to the Public for Recreation and Water Supply
DCR Hosting Hikes in 13 State Parks as Part of Agency’s Signature First Day Hikes Initiative; Program Started in 1992 in Blue Hills, Now Hosted in 50 States
ARPA Funding will Support the Expansion and Maintenance of the State’s Network of Trails in Environmental Justice Communities
Investment of ARPA Funding Will Be Used to Address Risks to Surrounding Environmental Justice Communities Posed by Rising Sea Levels
Project is Part of Ongoing Effort by DCR to Improve Access, Safety and Conservation on Agency Parkways
Investment will Restore Wildlife Habitat, Promote Resiliency, Increase Biodiversity and Make Communities in Central and Western Mass Safer
Hikes Led by DCR Staff at Parks in Milton, Turner Falls, North Andover and East Falmouth
DCR will waive parking fees for all visitors at state parks across the Commonwealth between Friday, November 10 and Sunday, November 12, in honor of Veterans Day
New Shared-Use Trail $4 Million Investment of ARPA Funding in the State Trail System, Will Have Direct Connection to Mystic River