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GCT Decorating Trees on Trust Lands

Groton Conservation Trust is conducting a winter tree decorating activity on their lands in preparation for their Tree Stroll. Pictured are members of Groton Grange #7 with their chosen tree, a "Charlie Brown" variety. Left to right are Eric Fisher, George Moore, Clio Fisher with Oliver and Dante, Lori Jeromin, and Peg Knight. Photo by Rebecca Dowd.

Groton Conservation Trust welcomes you to join us at the 2020 Winter Tree Stroll. Groton nonprofits are decorating trees at six of our properties, and we hope you join us starting on the Friday after Thanksgiving (November 27th). The trees will be decorated through the first of the year. Our hope is to encourage people to get outside even when it's cold in a safe and fun way, and to highlight local organizations during a challenging year for programs and fundraising. We encourage you to take your photo with our trees and post them on social media with #2020GrotonTreeStroll to show your support!
Properties with decorated trees: 
• Bates Conservation Land - Old Ayer Road
• Gamlin Crystal Spring - Old Dunstable Road
• The General Field - Farmers Row
• Hayes Woods Conservation Land
• Shepley Hill Conservation Land
• Wattles Pond Conservation Land
Participating Organizations:
• Cub Scout Pack 12
• Groton Conservation Trust
• Groton Grange
• Groton Visitor Center
• Grotonwood Camp and Conference Center
• Mountain Lakes Club
• Nashua River Watershed Association
• Pages for Peace
• Prescott School Community Center
• Seven Hills Pediatric Center
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