A Trail Through Time Part II:  Fall  Walk Sponsored by ACT
October 28, 2012

On a  drizzley Fall Day , Linda McElroy led a group of 12 hearty ACT members and friends on a walk of the Nashoba Brook area.  Linda is the originator of  "Trail Through Time", a project to highlight the rich history of Nashoba Brook in Acton.  Last Fall Linda inspired a large group with the history of the Robbins Mill area, and this year concentrated on the recentley restored "Stone Chamber" at the southern end of the brook.   The rain held off as the group visited the chamber and the stone mound site on the eastern side of the brook.

The Acton Conservation Trust is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that can hold permanent conservation easements, accept gifts of land, accept tax-deductible gifts to be used for open space preservation and purchase land for conservation purposes.  We also provide education to landowners about various options for preservation.  ACT is one of more than 130 such organizations in Massachusetts, and is a member of the Massachusetts Land Trust Coalition and the national Land Trust Alliance. 
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