A grant application for Veterans Memorial Park is on the table; learn about a presentation on Neutaconkanut Hill.
The ‘Town Trails Team’ meets today in the Barrington library to look at a grant application for Veterans Memorial Park. The meeting starts at 7 pm. This meeting first will look at plans for Veterans Memorial Park. It will be an opportunity for you to comment on the drafts-in-progress. "We will outline projects for the spring; come be a part of this project planning," said Beth Rondeau, president of the Barrington Land Conservation Trust. Next week, past Land Trust president Helen Tjader will be presenting the history and indigenous rock sites of Neutaconkanut Hill, said Rondeau. "Her interest in this area grew out of the work to protect Sowams Woods," she said. For more information, please contact Helen Tjader: firstname.lastname@example.org…
Barrington's new Town Trails Team will walk through the eastern side of Veterans Memorial Park on Saturday, Dec. 1, to identify and plan future work to be done.
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Thursday, November 29, 2012
Join Barrington’s Town Trails Team on Saturday morning, Dec. 1, for a walkabout in Veterans Memorial Park. The team plans to walk from 9 to 11 am through the eastern side of the park “to examine trails and wetlands in preparation for the next phase of park projects to improve trail conditions, close trails where needed and complete the new trail system,” said Beth Rondeau of the Barrington Land Conservation Trust. “We will be walking off trail or in wet conditions as part of our review,” she said. Dressing for the weather and the conditions is suggested. Wear sturdy shoes. While you are in the park, you might want to check out the “rediscovered Red Trail,” Rondeau said, which members of the Land Trust have brought back to life. “Dan Horne…