After Outcry, Trustees Revisit Beach Access on Chappy
The Trustees of Reservations, which owns or manages some 12 miles of public beach from Norton Point to the Cape Pogue elbow, is under pressure on all sides this summer over a new draft management plan
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Trustees Pull Beach Plan After Criticism
Facing widespread public backlash, the Trustees of Reservations have rescinded a recently released draft beach management plan for the Chappaquiddick beaches they own and manage.
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When Beach Management Abandons Community
After a lifetime of being The Trustees’ biggest cheerleader, we are parting ways. The draft management plan for Norton Point and Chappaquiddick beaches is the reason.
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Trustees Unveil Draft Management Plan for Chappaquiddick
Altered routes for over-sand vehicles and restrictive new dog policies are among changes in the offing for Chappaquiddick beaches owned and managed by the Trustees of Reservations.
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Trustees of Reservations Names New Islands Director
Darci Schofield takes over as Islands Director for The Trustees of Reservations, the organization announced this week.
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Snowy Owl Prowl Is Everyone's Delight
They are here, they have been spotted and they are waiting for you. Honest.
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Trustees Names New President and CEO
The Trustees of Reservations announced it has tapped John Judge to be the new chief executive officer and president of the nonprofit conservation organization.
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Trustees Report Paints Dire Picture for Coastlines
The second annual State of the Coast report released last week by The Trustees of Reservations paints a stark picture of the future for Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket and Gosnold.
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Trustees Islands Director Will Resign His Post
Sam Hart, Islands regional director at the Trustees of Reservations, will leave his position to start a new job at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School.
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Oversand Vehicle Trails Partly Reopened on Chappy
Oversand vehicle trails on Chappaquiddick have been partly reopened after a weekend of closures to protect nesting piping plovers, the Trustees of Reservations announced. All trails to Cape Pogue remain closed to vehicles.
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