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The Trustees of Reservations

Doyle Conservation Center, 464 Abbott Ave., Leominster, MA
978.840.4446

The Trustees preserve properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts.

Description:

Founded in 1891, The Trustees of Reservations has worked to preserve, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. It owns almost 30,000 acres in 95 reservations, has protected 16,000 more acres in 238 parcels through conservation restrictions, and has provided assistance in protecting another 15,000 acres in 102 parcels.

TTOR has a major presence here in the North Quabbin. It was one of the key partners in the creation of the Tully Trail and operates the Tully Lake Campground. Additional TTOR properties here include Doane’s Falls, Royalston Falls and Jacobs Hill in Royalston; the Swift River Reservation, Brooks Woodland, and North Common Meadow in Petersham; the Elliott Laurel Reservation in Phillipston; and the Bear's Den in New Salem.

TTOR welcomes members and donations and can work with landowners seeking to protect their property. Visit the organization’s website for details.

Contact:

The Trustees of Reservations
Doyle Conservation Center
464 Abbott Ave.
Leominster, MA 01453

Phone: 978.840.4446
Fax: (978) 537-5835
Email: information@ttor.org
Web: www.thetrustees.org

 

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