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 2007

Big Vision, Big Impact
Boston Natural Areas Network – The Trustees’ new affiliate – celebrates 30 years of fighting the good fight for places where city dwellers can grow food, walk, bike, fish, and paddle.

Coming Full Circle
Landscape architect Charles Eliot championed a novel idea when he created The Trustees of Reservations in Boston in 1891. Then, and now, it was all about land for people.

Talking Turkey - and Lots of ’Em
Gone by the mid-19th century, the Bay State’s big birds are back in a big way. And you'll find them on our reservations from the Berkshires to the Cape.

Farm with a Future
Our latest reservation, Moose Hill Farm in Sharon, was tilled and planted for more than three centuries. Now we’re planning to bring back the cows.

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