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Hiking the Harold LeBlanc Trail

From now on, walking this path should be called 'hiking the Harold.'

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

The Harold LeBlanc Trail at the Fisher School was cleared by Paul Bolton and a crew of Boy Scouts this March. On the Walpole Trails Facebook page,...

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StoryWalk beckons at Powisset Farm

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By Amelia Tarallo  Hometown Weekly Staff Given my line of work and the areas I cover, every so often, I'm sent to explore a local park or hiking trail. I appreciate nature, but typically avoid going out into it as much as possible for fear of snakes, bugs, and the occasional patch of quicksand. I...
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Walpole Trails reaches out to Norwood

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter Considering how little town lines and borders on the map matter to the natural world, it only makes sense that neighboring towns work with each other on issues like reserved land, hunting, fishing, and the preservation of hiking trails. But with politics being what it is, that’s not always...
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Noanet Woodlands a messy joy in winter

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By Alex Oliveira Hometown Weekly Reporter The Noanet Woodlands are a bit of a muddy mess during a brief winter thaw. If you’ve ever been a child - most of us have - you’ll know there’s nothing a kid likes more than a tromping through the mud. So don’t let the prospect of a mess...
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SFTA revelers enjoy ‘Conservation Connections’

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter The Sherborn Forest and Trail Association (SFTA) held its biannual cocktail party, “Conservation Connections: a Conscientious Cocktail Party,” on Friday night. Featuring the Dixieland music of John Clark, Jimmy Mazzy and Rick McWilliams, the night was a chance for the local hiking crowd to spend some time indoors...
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