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Your Voice, Your Vision – Help Us Shape the Future of The Last Green Valley

The Last Green Valley, Inc. needs your help to shape the future of the national heritage corridor. TLGV is launching an … [Read more...]

TLGV Member-Only Hike – Sept. 22

TLGV Members and their guests are invited to join Chief Ranger Bill Reid on the cusp of the Autumnal Equinox for a … [Read more...]

Acorn Adventure – Geocaching 101 – Sept. 23

Become a high-tech detective of the outdoors as Ranger John Kochinskas teaches us how to geocache on Sept. 23 from 11 am … [Read more...]

Rolltober in The Last Green Valley – Sept. 29

Have you ever wondered whether a trail will meet your individual ability or disability needs? On Sept. 29, from 1-3 pm … [Read more...]

The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor Generates $303.3 Million Annually

The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor Generates $303.3 Million Annually As a unique region encompassing 35 … [Read more...]

Historical Happenings – Sept. 12

Join TLGV and The Black Tavern Historical Society as we tour the historic Black Tavern (138 Center Road, Dudley, MA) on … [Read more...]

Become a Water Quality Monitoring Volunteer – Training Sessions Sept. 14 or 15

Jean Pillo, TLGV's Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Coordinator, will be leading two training sessions for volunteers … [Read more...]

Green Darner Dragonfly an Amazing Acrobat

On a hot and humid July night, I stood gazing out over a friend’s three-acre horse pasture abutting the Natchaug River … [Read more...]

August Means Start of Agricultural Fair Season

“By August’s end the warblers are moving through here again, on their way south. But more quietly than they came north … [Read more...]

Brooklyn is a small town full of history and heroes

Brooklyn is one of my favorite towns in The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor. Located at the intersection of … [Read more...]

Buckthorn Can Overtake A Forest

Invasive plants are attempting to take over our forests and fields. From winged euonymus (burning bush) and Japanese … [Read more...]