Special Places

As a Trustees member, you’ll receive our award-winning magazine, Special Places, published quarterly. Inside every issue you’ll find compelling articles and beautiful photography that connect you to The Trustees, to the places you love, and to conservation issues across Massachusetts. You’ll also find our extensive listings of events and volunteer opportunities near you.

Fall 2006

There Once Was a Forest
Rocks, roots, and walls are unforgettable characters in a classic tale of people and place.

The Hermit of Ravenswood
In 1884, Mason Walton fled to the woods, only to become “one of the best known recluses in New England, if not the country.”

A Questing We Will Go
Intricate maps, the thrill of the chase, physical and spiritual treasure: Questing has it all...and iambic pentameter, too.

Conservation Works!
And it feels good, too!

Finding a Garden’s Roots
Re-imagining Mabel and Marjorie Sedgwick’s gardens at Long Hill.

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