January 7, 2017: Stone Wall Rescue

four corners in Mary Cummings Park

Despite the snow, we had a great time rescuing a section of wall that was covered with dead trees and vines. We had a visitor who later donated a nice amount of money, and a fellow with a dog, who help clear the brush. (Both the dog AND the fellow helped clear the brush.) Stay tuned for more stone wall rescues as well as TREE rescues, where great old hardwoods are being attacked by invasive vines.

Check out the Walnut Hill Trackers on their own website. Their walks in central Mass around the Quabbin are spectacular!

Below the video, see a Google map of where we did this rescue.

Here is the map of where we did the rescue. The exact location is the four-way intersection southwest of the Northeastern Campus.