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Friends of Alewife Reservation invite you to help in our October cleanup of the Alewife Reservation. Come help and learn about an area you will want to return to.
On Saturday, October 27, from 10 am to 1 pm, crews will spread out throughout this natural area and work picking up trash and clearing a couple of abandoned homeless campsites.
Meet behind the Alewife T-stop across from the parking garage "Passenger Pickup". Wear long sleeves and slacks. Tools and water will be provided. For further information, call Lore Levitt at 617-520-3210.
The Alewife Reservation contains a surprising 110 acres of urban wilderness owned by the Metropolitan District Commission at the corner where Arlington, Belmont, and Cambridge meet. With a stream flowing through the middle, fed by several ponds, and surrounded by undeveloped meadows and woods, the Alewife Reservation is one of the very few natural areas in the Boston metropolitan area in which manmade structures do not intrude. Come help and learn about an area you will want to return to.
(Event sponsored - and information provided - by Friends of Alewife Reservation,
which is not affiliated with the Alewife Study Group)