FOR TRAIL PARKING
We are a private, non-profit organization
that is dedicated to promoting and conserving the natural, scenic, and historic
resources of Willard Brook State Forest and other natural areas, including the
Nashua River Rail Trail and Pearl Hill State Park in north central Massachusetts.
NEWS AND NOTICES!!
Friends New Bench is installed....
The new bench is located on the Friend's trail just a short way from
the Pearl Hill parking area, overlooking the "beaver pond".
The New Rail Trail
Mural In Groton
Division of Ecological Restoration's Annual Report If
you enjoyed Mary Holland's presentation, you may enjoy her blog www.naturallycuriouswithmaryholland.wordpress.com
of our 2013 annual meeting featuring Mary Holland
from Fish & Wildlife News
and Wildlife Calendar
The Friends of Willard Brook is a non-profit
organization formed in 2004. Our
purpose, as excerpted from our bylaws, is:
to promote and conserve the natural, scenic
and historic resources of the Willard Brook State Forest and its Satellite
to foster the use and enjoyment of Willard
Brook State Forest and its Satellite Areas by the public in a manner
consonant with the protection and preservation of the environment
to engage in such educational, scientific
and charitable activities as will assist the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
in the operation of Willard Brook State Forest and its Satellite Areas
to assist and work in cooperation with the
Forest Supervisor in general support and enrichment of Willard Brook State
Forest and its Satellite Areas
We hold regular monthly meetings which are
open to all members. If you are
interested in learning more, please send us an email