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On May 15, we lost a member of our family, someone whose work embodied the integration of education, science, conservation, and community-based advocacy. Liz Duff worked for Mass Audubon for more than 20 years and contributed greatly to... [ Click title to view full post ]
- May 11, 2020
Mass Audubon has re-opened trails on many of its wildlife sanctuaries across the Commonwealth, from the Cape and Islands to Worcester County, the Connecticut River Valley, and the Berkshires.
Its nature centers and other buildings remain closed at present, but after careful analysis and discussions with local officials and community leaders, the state’s largest nature conservation nonprofit is welcoming its members and other visitors to miles of trails on two dozen wildlife sanctuaries.
- May 6, 2020
Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary, through its Drumlin Farm Food Donation Project, is partnering with Food For Free of Cambridge to provide fresh vegetables and eggs to Cambridge families in need.
Each week, the popular Lincoln wildlife sanctuary and working farm delivers some of its sustainably grown bounty to Cambridge, where Food For Free distributes it to those facing food insecurity, a crisis made more dire because of the coronavirus.
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