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“Ms. Erickson, who was 42 when she died of cancer on Jan. 15, played a key role statewide among those who preserve the open space jewels of the past and unearth new gems for the future.”
“Whether you stick to the 4.5 miles of undulating trails, linger near the marsh, or explore the cedar woods and ice pond at Rocky Neck, don’t miss the remarkable panoramic view from atop Planter’s Hill. This feels like a prize: Look northwest, past the Boston harbor and islands to the city’s signature skyline, or east, beyond the Weir River and chockablock beach houses of Nantasket to the ocean. No doubt you will leave World’s End feeling renewed, as Frederick Law Olmsted intended.”
“What’s better than warming up around a crackling fire after getting some brisk exercise out in the cold air? Staff light the fire pits in advance so there’s no standing around and shivering while you wait for the logs to catch. Extra wood, however, is included, as is a poker to satisfy that irresistible urge to rearrange the coals.”
“The Trustees’ Chestnut Hill Farm in Southborough is a gorgeous place to visit, especially in fall when the woods show off their fiery hues. The 170-acre working farm has a network of loop trails crisscrossing through rolling hills and woods. It also has a delightful surprise.”
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.
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.