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Help Green Up Duxbury on May 1

Green Up Day is Saturday, May 1 and is being organized by the Duxbury Land Trust. We need your help to beautify our special town. Please help by collecting trash on your own road or helping out with more highly … Continue reading

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Duxbury Land Trust welcomes Honeywilya Fish

In April, Honeywilya Fish became DLT’s first business sponsor. Honeywilya Fish is a unique Duxbury business that has a strong environmental stewardship ethic that complements DLT’s own mission. They are a husband-and-wife team: Lynn and Maria Steyaart. Lynn fishes for … Continue reading

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Volunteers Needed to Escort Salamanders and Frogs to Safety!

It’s that time of year! The Duxbury Land Trust, in partnership with the North Branch Nature Center, will be rescuing amphibians on a popular (with salamanders and frogs) stretch of River Road in North Duxbury. Salamanders and frogs migrate by … Continue reading

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Service Day

Duxbury Land Trust members removing a delapidated bridge in the Town Forest on October 26, 2019.

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Discover the Natural Beauty of the Duxbury Town Forest

On Saturday, July 20 from 10 to 11:00 a.m., join Sherry Winnie of the Duxbury Land Trust (DLT) and Rebecca Roy, Forests, Parks, and Recreation Conservation Education Coordinator to discover the natural beauty of the Duxbury Town Forest. Meet at Crossett Brook Middle … Continue reading

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Volunteers Needed to Rescue Migrating Amphibians Crossing River Road in April

The Duxbury Land Trust is collaborating with the North Branch Nature Center to rescue amphibians this month. Salamanders and frogs migrate by the thousands in spring, often crossing roads at great peril. Three rescue events will take place in April … Continue reading

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