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Increased tidal flooding, beach erosion and aging sea barriers are among the climate change concerns threatening a famous coastal destination in Massachusetts, according to a report released Thursday by The Trustees of Reservations.
As summer shifts into high gear, so does the search for fresh air and fresh inspiration, along with some socially distanced elbow room. For many, that means heading to a sculpture park.
With the mercury rising, the trees leafed out, and the public health strictures cautiously easing, it’s the perfect time to mask up and load the kids in the car. You’ll have to pack in your picnic fixings and pack out your trash, so keep it simple and lightweight. Keep in mind that some sites may not have opened their restrooms. Here are some places that might not be on your radar but afford beautiful views, easy trails, and a generally salutary experience.
In Dorchester, where the clatter of a passing train gives way to the scrape of a rake, the Greenwood Street Community Garden is thriving. It’s one of roughly 175 community gardens scattered like jewels through the city of Boston. And at this time of pandemic and social upheaval, these gardens are being treasured.