Celebrating 100 Special Places
Doyle Reservation – NO. 66
The community is helping to set the agenda for the expanded Doyle Reservation and, in the process, showing The Trustees that today’s face of conservation is not necessarily the one that’s reflected in the mirror.
World’s End – NO. 46
World’s End was one of the most threatened landscapes on the coast, until friends and neighbors mobilized to save it – one letter, one phone call, one dollar at a time.
Little Tom Mountain – NO. 93
When a beloved local ski area closed, The Trustees joined forces with conservation partners and the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Holyoke to save the community’s backyard landscape.
Ward Reservation – NO. 15
John Kimball continues to support his family’s 78-year legacy to The Trustees and the public: a sanctuary of woodlands, hills, and wetlands in the Merrimack Valley.