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MassTrails Program Funding 52 Projects to Enhance Massachusetts’ Trail Network
DCR Partners with Mass Audubon to Permanently Protect 1,400-acres at Bear Hole Reservoir
Project to Drive Tourism, Create New Opportunities for Economic Development in the Berkshires
DCR Continues to Hire Lifeguards for the Season; Announces Pay Increases for Lifeguards
Pony Truss Trail Project Enhances Trail Connections in Newton Area of Reservation
In Collaboration with Sheriff’s Meadow Foundation, Work Will Restore and Add Trail Miles
Assessment Will Inform DCR’s Approach to Parkway Maintenance, Design; Envisions Connected Network of Walkways and Bikeways Throughout Metro Boston
“Growing Wild Massachusetts” Will Offer Free Pollinator Habitat Starter Kits to Massachusetts Residents
Pavilions, Picnic Areas, and Additional Campsites Available to the Public
Apply online; lifeguards earn up to $18 per hour this upcoming season
The program catalogs and promotes unique and compelling Massachusetts trees
The clean-up effort is part of the Baker-Polito Administration’s celebration of Earth Week.
Free Tree Planting Program Directly Benefits Residents and Business Owners.
The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) today announced that the agency will offer family-friendly Trip-Tip self-guided adventures for 22 state park locations during the traditional April school vacation week.
Chosen projects to benefit local state parks and other facilities