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After nine years as an affiliate of The Trustees of Reservations, the Boston Natural Areas Network has fully merged to become part of The Trustees’ Boston Region. We will continue the great work BNAN did for more than 30 years, and will work with local partners to create and protect places for people to walk, grow food, sit, bike, fish, and paddle. For BNAN’s many garden volunteers, supporters, and friends, the change will simply mean that the organizational support will be stronger and the newly integrated organization will have greater impact both in Boston and around the Commonwealth. We’re also going green: we’re moving away from our print newsletter and towards an enewsletter – keep an eye on your inbox for news of upcoming programs and events, and so much more. If we don’t have your email, sign up here today. We're also planning a new, more user friendly website in the future, but until then, please continue to visit our website here.

 
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Upcoming Boston Region Events:

Wednesday, December 21
Solstice Illumination Night

Saturday, January 21
Hutch Winter Fun

Wednesday, February 1
Vegetable Garden Planning

Saturday, February 11
Hutch Winter Fun

Wednesday, March 1
Start Your Own Seeds

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