Special Places

Welcome to Special Places

Welcome to the third 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.

Coastal Education Creates Core Memories

With more than 35 properties along the Commonwealth’s shores, The Trustees is welcoming visitors to learn on the coast. In total, the organization stewards and protects 120 miles of coastline in Massachusetts, spanning 25 different communities and representing 16% of all protected coastline in the state. Enjoyment is coupled with education in these special places, where programming thrives for all ages and abilities.

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The Trustees Advocates for Critical Conservation Issues

Over the last year, Trustees staff have advocated for several state and federal priorities with the support of lawmakers, administrative officials, and non-profit partners. Here is a look back at some of the major accomplishments in 2023 and what these milestones mean for Trustees Members, staff, and our state.

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Events Curated for our Members

Winter is as good a time as any to get outside!

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News From Across the State

We are excited to announce the next Art & the Landscape installation, to celebrate access improvements to a community garden, and to continue to protect our special places with a new grant.

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Special Places, Winter 2024; Volume 31, Issue 4

Special Places is published quarterly and distributed to members and donors of The Trustees of Reservations. Copyright © 2024. 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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