Norton Point Reopens to Oversand Traffic
Sara Brown

Norton Point has reopened to over-sand vehicle traffic after several weeks of closures during peak shorebird rearing season.

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Beach Closures to Over-Sand Vehicles Begin
Sara Brown

Oversand vehicle access will be restricted on the barrier beaches that rim Chappaquiddick and Edgartown over the next few weeks to protect piping plover and least tern chicks.

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In Shakeup, General Manager at Farm Institute Is Out
Sara Brown
The general manager at The Farm Institute will leave his job due to restructuring by The Trustees of Reservations, which took over the nonprofit Edgartown teaching farm two years ago.
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Town, Trustees Reach Agreement on Katama Farm Lease
Steve Myrick
The Edgartown conservation commission has reached an agreement on a lease with the Trustees of Reservations regarding Katama Farm, the 186-acre property formerly leased to the Farm Institute by the town of Edgartown.
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Minimum Wage Increase by County Stalls Negotiations With Trustees
Steve Myrick
A county resolution setting $15 minimum wage for contractors complicates an agreement with The Trustees of Reservations to manage Norton Point Beach.
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Make Way for Plover Chicks: Cape Pogue Closed to Vehicle Traffic
Sara Brown

Cape Pogue Wildlife Refuge has been closed to vehicle traffic to protect newly-hatched piping plover chicks.

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Trustees of Reservations, Farm Institute Announce Merger
Olivia Hull

The Farm Institute and The Trustees of Reservations have announced plans to merge by the end of the year, with the Trustees taking the 15-year-old nonprofit teaching farm under its wing, leaders from both organizations told the Gazette Wednesday.

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On Target for New Life at Little Neck
Olivia Hull
Underlying the peaceful scene at Cape Pogue Bay are an unknown number of unexploded practice bombs, dating to wartime years when the area was used for military training.
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Trailblazing Opens Scenic Vistas at Menemsha Hills
Olivia Hull

The Trustees of Reservations have added added a second beach trail at the popular 229-acre Chilmark reservation, tucked away off North Road with its woodlands and rocky beach. The new trail is 1,000 feet long and was 10 years in the making.

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Trustees Take Ownership of Old Brickyard in Chilmark
Olivia Hull

The 18-acre north shore Chilmark property was gifted to the Trustees of Reservations this summer through an estate of the Harris family. The conservation group plans to open the property to the public next year.

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