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Regional conservation non-profit offering nature programming this fall

Sudbury Valley Trustees (SVT), a regional land trust and conservation non-profit, protects and cares for land, and offers educational and outdoor nature programs. Enjoy the changing colors of the season with many guided programs held on local conservation land throughout SVT’s 36-community service area. Highlights include a paddle to Fairhaven Bay along the historic Sudbury River, a hawk migration watch, and geology tours of our properties. A yoga retreat at Wolbach Farm and a restorative “forest bathing” program are also planned for those who crave the peace and healing that nature provides. SVT also offers indoor presentations on topics such as monarch butterflies.

Learn more about these programs and many more scheduled throughout the fall at www.svtweb.org/calendar. Registration is required and space is limited. Members of SVT enjoy free or reduced program fees and new members are always welcome. SVT and nearly 3000 members protect and care for land and wildlife habitat in the communities surrounding the Concord, Assabet, and Sudbury Rivers. For more information on SVT’s conservation work or programs, visit www.svtweb.org or call 978-443-5588.

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