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The Quiet Side: WFTA Monthly Walk is On for 2 pm Today, March 5

. Today, Sunday, March 5 at 2 pm, please join WFTA for its monthly walk, this time covering parts of two Conservation areas. Yours truly, the Owl, in her guise as a WFTA trustee, will lead intrepids on a challenging 3 mile-ish hike through College Pond and Ogilvie Forest conservation properties which are linked by connector trails across Concord Road. Snow,

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Sudbury Valley Trustees: Owls, Pollinator Kits and For the Love of Nature

The Weston Owl has a pyramid of land conservation trust love–maybe a trifecta, First (and bias alert, I’m a trustee of the top level) comes Weston Forest & Trail Association, then Lincoln Land Conservation Trust and then Sudbury Valley Trustees. What LLCT and SVT have that WFTA, as all-volunteer-led organization, does not are fantastic education programs, pollinator plant kits and

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WFTA Monthly Walk: Doublet Hill, Sunday November 6

On Sunday, November 6 at 2 pm, Weston Forest & Trail Association trustees will lead their second official (and third overall counting last weekend’s Cross-Weston walk) hike on conservation land for this “walk year” of October-May. You can check out the upcoming walks and their descriptions on the WFTA website. Doublet Hill is one of the three public viewpoints towards

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Cross-Weston Walk Announced: Join WFTA from Lincoln to Wellesley on October 30

As many Westonians know, there is a long-standing rivalry in Weston between the coveted northside and the desirable southside.* While it does not reach the level of Golden Ball Tavern (loyalist) vs Josiah Smith Tavern (all patriot all the time) competition which caused cannons to be rolled down Boston Post Road (oh fine, that was actually General Knox and K9

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