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Holliston Open Space Committee Seeks New Members

by Press Release
February 5, 2019

The Holliston Open Space Committee is currently seeking applications for openings on the committee, which generally meets once a month in the evenings.

Open space protects and conserves our natural resources, including the aquifers that provide the town’s water.  It provides habitat corridors for wildlife.  It provides areas for passive recreation such as walking and birdwatching.  Open space also contributes to the town’s character and aesthetic appeal.  An example of a recent acquisition of permanently protected open space for the town that was facilitated by the Open Space Committee is the Holliston Community Farm on Rogers Road.

If you are interested in helping the town of Holliston permanently preserve additional open space, please email a letter of interest to Lixy Carey, Chair, Holliston Open Space Committee at lixypc@gmail.com or call (508)361-6045 for additional information.

 

 

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