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Nothing beats exploring our local waterways by kayak. These quiet crafts keep you close to the water, providing incredible views of nature. Photographers from past editions of our Photo Contest have captured the fun of these excursions. Browse our kayak trips for all experience levels and explore a new waterway today. Want to send us […]
Christy Foote-Smith is retiring after a dozen years as Director of Mass Audubon's Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary in Lincoln. Succeeding her is wildlife sanctuary Program Innovation Coordinator and veteran Drumlin Farm educator Renata Pomponi.
Mass Audubon and Princeton Land Trust have secured an option to purchase Fieldstone Farm in Princeton, located adjacent to Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary. Also known as the Smith Farm, the 300-acre agricultural property is a local landmark, and includes an 18th-century farmhouse, fields, woods, and wetlands.
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Message From Henry Tepper
Message from Henry Tepper
As many of you know, I will be leaving Mass Audubon in July, and I wanted to take a moment to say goodbye and thank you. It has been an extraordinary privilege to lead this great organization... Read More
A Message From Mass Audubon
An Important Message From Mass Audubon
Henry Tepper, who has been a dedicated and hard-working leader of Mass Audubon for the last two and a half years, is leaving the organization July 15. Among his many accomplishments has been leading the effort to create an exciting and impactful Strategic Plan... Read More