Hopkinton Area Land Trust
HALT board members and volunteers completed some major upgrades on the trails at Peloquin Woods and Brook Hollow. On the Marjorie Peloquin Memorial Trail, a new 60-foot boardwalk makes it
Read our ad that appeared in the Hopkinton Independent this week.
The Marjorie Peloquin Memorial Trail became official on March 16 when the trailhead sign was installed. A few days later, in conjunction with the Hopkinton Trails Club, about 15 people
Two Eagle Scout candidates have recently completed some significant projects on HALT trails. Casey Pratt built two long bridges spanning wet areas at Cameron Woods, and Nick DePatie built a
The Bird of Prey presentation, sponsored jointly by HALT and the Hopkinton Public Library, was a great success. Kathleen Regan, Teacher Naturalist from Mass Audubon, spoke to a capacity crowd
Mary Pratt, one of the founders of HALT and director for many years, passed away on Dec. 2. The following article about her life and accomplishments was published in the
HALT has just opened up all of its trails to bicycling! Recognizing that mountain bikers are very responsible trail users, considerate of hikers, runners, dog walkers and equestrians, the Trust
After 24 years serving as President and Board Chairman, Dave Goldman has stepped down from the Trust’s leadership and has recently relocated out of state. The Trust community extends a
Read this nice article on HALT published in the September 18 issue of the Hopkinton Independent.