Southboro Open Land Foundation

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30 Years of SOLF

Published on July 31, 2018 by Hal

Happy Summer! Since 1988, SOLF has worked to protect, conserve and enhance local resources, connect open spaces and natural habitats. Help us celebrate 30 years of service by attending our upcoming events! To kick things off, explore “Art on the Trails: Unexpected Gestures” a collection of art installations housed at the Beals Preserve (with entrances on Main St, Red Gate Rd and Hickory Rd.) until 9/23/18! This is open now and ongoing, so grab a map and find all 17 new artworks! On September 15, SOLF will present Massachusetts Birds of Prey at the Southborough Library. Join us for this informative and exciting presentation.

More events and dates to follow! Let’s learn more about SOLF and the preservation of open space.