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With much thanks to the Essex Heritage Partnership Grant Program, the city of Methuen and the many Volunteers the Methuen rail trail kiosk is in fuel swing . It will provide trail information and Methuen points of interest and history. its a work in progress so if you have some spare we will continue to send emails on dates of work partys come on by and help support the trail …
15 Grants Awarded to Local Organizations
April 17, 2015 (Salem, MA) – Essex National Heritage Commission(Essex Heritage), a non-profit that manages and provides numerous programs preserving and enhancing EssexCounty’s historic, natural and cultural sites, announced the 2015 Essex Heritage Partnership Grant Programrecipients at the Commission’s Spring Meeting in Lawrence on April 16. Over the next year, the 15 grant recipients will be working to implement a diverse range of educational, interpretive, and preservation projects throughout Boston’sNorth Shore.
Methuen Rail Trail Alliance
Built downtown in 1907, the brick Methuenrailroad depot is the starting point for many of the organized community activities taking place on the 2.4 mile Methuen Rail Trail. To enhance the user experience, the MethuenRail Trail Alliance will use Essex Heritage funding to create an attractive gateway setting around the depot. The project will include landscaping and the installation of wayfindingand interpretative signage describing the trail’shistorical and present day links to mill buildings, the Spicket River Greenway, NevinsBird Sanctuary and marshlands leading to the New Hampshire border
Start your custom book report with explaining the setting of the book. This is where the event described in the book takes place. State clearly whether this place is a real place or fictional
Spring is here!!! the great blue heron are back in the rookery. get out and use the Methuen rail trail… great condition for cross country skiing , snow shoeing or just walking and watching the trail come back to life after a long winter.
Methuen rail trail president Tim Vermette and conservation officer Joe Giarrusso accept the DCR grant for 2014.