Harvard Conservation Trust Annual MeetingThursday, November 10, Volunteers Hall, Harvard Public Library, 7:00PM
HORSE MEADOWS KNOLL VOTE – CORRECTION!
Special Town Meeting, Cronin Auditorium at the Bromfield School, 14 Massachusetts Avenue, October 24, 7:30 PM
Thanks again to those who came out for the Horse Meadows Knoll walk yesterday. Please note the correct time and location below for tonight’s Special Town Meeting, which will include a vote to acquire Horse Meadows Knoll as conservation land.
Super Town Meeting starts at 7:00, which will then go right into Special Town Meeting. BOTH take place in Cronin Auditorium at the Bromfield School, 14 Massachusetts Ave. The Super Town Meeting could conclude early, and with Horse Meadows Knoll being Article 1 on the Special Town Meeting Warrant, this vote might happen before 7:30. Please consider arriving by 7:00.
Hope to see you tonight.
David Outman, Executive Director
HCT will host a mushroom walk Saturday, October 1, beginning at 11 AM at 56 Stow Road. Join mushroom enthusiast Al Ferry for a walk in the woods to learn about Harvard’s fabulous fungi. The walk will take place rain or shine, except for a major downpour. Parking is available. For more information call Abbe at 978-456-6892.
Start and finish on the McCurdy Track with the primary sections of the course on scenic wooded trails and field paths. The trail footing is a combination of crushed pack, dirt, coarse grass with leaves, roots and rocks. There will be a water stop along the route. Thanks to the Town of Harvard and private landowners for use of the lands and open space on race day.
For a course map, go to www.runforthehills.org.
Register online at: www.running4free.com/RaceDetails.aspx?raceid=419
The hills of Harvard, whether it is the views from Prospect Hill, Bare Hill and Dean’s Hill or the landscapes of Holy Hill, Oak Hill and Pin Hill, are deeply appreciated by all who experience their scenery and terrain . . . even on the uphill!
It is true what they say in these parts, “good luck finding the flats to run on . . . ” Well, we might have done just that for this race. There’s no “Heartbreak” on this course. We are proud of both the running legacies in town and the protected land here
The Harvard Conservation Commission has begun the process of updating the Town of Harvard’s 2008 Open Space & Recreation Plan, and is requesting public participation in the process with a short survey. The updated plan will set the Town’s open space and recreation goals for the coming five years, and the public survey is critical for ensuring these goals accurately reflect community interests. This survey will be open from May 6 through May 26.
Please take a moment to complete the survey, which you can directly link to at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Harvard_MA_2016_OSRP_Survey
Or, you can visit the Town website at: http://www.harvard.ma.us