Special Places

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Welcome to Special Places

Welcome to the second online issue of Special Places. This quarterly publication exclusively for Trustees Members is designed to help you discover and enjoy Trustees special places, find programs and events, and learn about the latest Trustees news and information.

Meet New Trustees CEO Katie Theoharides

The Trustees recently named Katie Theoharides as its next President and CEO. We met with Katie at Long Hill in Beverly to learn more about her vision for the organization, her passion for these special places, and her leadership style.

Hello, Katie!

Making Trustees Properties and Programming More Inclusive

Collaboration and listening are key as the Trustees work toward making properties and programming more inclusive. Learn about our ongoing work with accessibility initiatives.

A Warmer Welcome

The Power of Art in the Workplace

The Corporate Art Loan Program at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum celebrates 50 years in 2023 and highlights the talent of New England artists, while providing local companies with original artworks for their lobbies, conference rooms, offices, and public workspaces.


Corporate Art

Events Curated for our Members

Fall is upon us! Enjoy all this season has to offer with autumn equinox events, cooking classes, and more. Celebrate Member Day at our pumpkin events on October 6. Learn more and download a printable calendar.

Plan Your Fall

News From Across the State

deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum and The Trustees are thrilled to announce Tomashi Jackson as the recipient of the 2023 Rappaport Prize. The Trustees has been presented with an unprecedented opportunity to acquire Millborn Farm. Learn more about both of these important initiatives.

Learn More

Fall & Winter Issue of Special Places

Read the full issue of Special Places online!

Full Issue

Special Places, Fall 2023; Volume 31, Issue 3

Special Places is published quarterly and distributed to members and donors of The Trustees of Reservations. Copyright © 2023. All rights reserved. Photographers may retain copyrights. We invite your input, letters, and suggestions. Please send them to Special Places, The Trustees, 200 High Street, 4th Floor, Boston, MA 02110 or email to marketing@thetrustees.org

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