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Let’s Save 21 Acres in Boxborough!

The Town has been noticed of their right (Right of First Refusal) to acquire 21 acres of open land at 95 and 105 Sargent Road.  The land is currently under agreement to be developed into 5 (ANR/ Approval Not Required) house lots and more could be developed. As the land has been in Chapter 61 […]
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Common Ground is here! Fall/Winter 2021 edition

BCTrust Fall Speaker – November 9th, 7pm

Click here to view the Zoom talk!

Bucky Weaver Art Exhibit / Online Auction!

You may recognize this lovely landscape if you’ve spent time walking in Boxborough. Bucky Weaver (1950-2020) was a beloved Boxborough resident for more than 20 years, and could often be seen tending his garden on Hill Road. Though his passion for gardening was evident, few people knew he was also a talented and prolific painter. An exhibition […]
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I Hiked The Boxborough “30”!

Have you ever wanted to hike every mile of the trails in Boxborough? Now is your chance: earn bragging rights AND a patch or button for completing this challenge! Simply fill out this form with the dates that you’ve hiked, bring the completed form to the Sargent Memorial Library and we will give you your […]
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Spring issue of Common Ground is here!

AB BioBlitz – April 30-May 3, 2021

This weekend! Download the free app iNaturalist on your phone, join the AB BioBlitz group, and start documenting every species you can find – in your own backyard and beyond!

Thank you for attending our Annual Meeting: Wednesday, March 31 at 7:00pm

Our Annual Meeting began with a brief summary of activities of the BCTrust over the past year, and a vote by our members on the slate of Board members up for election. Our Keynote Speaker was Kristin O’Brien, Sudbury Valley Trustees (SVT) Land Steward, who gave a presentation on how to manage invasive plants. Invasive […]
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BCTrust’s Fall Meeting, November 12, 2020 was a great success!

Dr. Robert Gegear of UMass Dartmouth was our speaker via Zoom, giving participants a lot to think about in terms of what we can do to help protect native plant-pollinator biodiversity in our own backyards. For more information on contributing citizen science data on pollinators like rare species of bumblebees (via the Beecology project) and […]
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BCTrust Newsletter May 2020