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Feeling Crabby? Help Annihilate Japanese Knotweed on June 11

Join Weston Conservation Staff and Weston Forest & Trail Association volunteers for Japanese Knotweed cutting at the Dickson Riding Ring at Jericho Town Forest on Saturday, June 11 from 10 am-12 pm. Not only will you get to pull out, cut, massacrate, stomp and generally annihilate this pretty and yet terrible invasive, but you will learn actually valuable things that you

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“It’s Night Time; It’s Supposed to be Dark!” – WFTA Annual Meeting and Presentation Sunday

On Sunday, May 1 at 4 pm, Weston Forest & Trail Association, everyone’s favorite nonprofit land stewards, holds its annual meeting, this year with special guest Professor James Lowenthal of Smith College. The subject of Dr. Lowenthal’s presentation is “It’s Night Time; It’s Supposed to Be Dark.” For the third (and hopefully last) year, the annual meeting will be held

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Friends of Weston Reservoir Keeping the Love Alive

As mentioned earlier this week on the Owl (see post here), the Weston Reservoir at Ash Street is a unique and well-loved place for walkers, trail runners and dogs alike (no bicycles or horses, sorry). The slightly-more-than-two-mile loop offers views of the Reservoir, the deep woods and plenty of opportunities to fall over tree roots. While mostly owned by the

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POSTPONED: Showing Some Love to the Weston Reservoir: Stewardship Saturday

NOTE: Due to extreme cold predicted for this Saturday, this event has been postponed. This Saturday, January 15, Weston Conservation and Weston Forest & Trail Association (WFTA) are leading a clean-up focused Stewardship Saturday at the Weston Reservoir, aka the Ash Street Reservoir. Volunteers are invited, with escort, “behind the fence” on the south side of the Reservoir to pick

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