Marion Larson Outreach Coordinator, MassWildlife View Marion's Bio This past weekend about 5,000 outdoor enthusiasts gathered in Sturbridge at the Hamilton Rod and Gun Club for the Facts About Wildlife and Nature Society’s (FAWNS) Massachusetts Outdoor Expo. At the expo, known as The Big MOE, …Continue Reading Family fun outdoors at the Big Moe
Gary Briere Recreation Bureau Chief, Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) View Gary's Bio For many people, recreation includes testing their personal limits. Spend a little time in any Massachusetts state park, forest or reservation, and you will find people of all ages, sizes and …Continue Reading Inspiration on the Appalachian Trail
Marion Larson Outreach Coordinator, MassWildlife View Marion's Bio For families who have little or no experience camping in the great outdoors, an opportunity to camp with some experienced guidance is available in early August! A friendly, knowledgeable and excited crew of staff (including myself) from …Continue Reading Go wild camping in North Andover
Commissioner Scott Soares Commissioner, Department of Agriculture Resources (DAR) View Commissioner Soares' Bio On May 29th I attended the Massachusetts Sheep & Woolcraft Fair in Cummington. Visiting our agricultural fairs is such a great way to get outside and partake in our farming heritage, plus …Continue Reading Visit an agricultural fair this season
Anna Waclawiczek Chief of Staff, Department of Agricultural Resources (DAR) View Anna's Bio Massachusetts farmers provide the Bay State with wholesome fresh produce during the growing season. Many farmers also participate in winter farmers' markets and open their land during the winter months to visitors …Continue Reading Winter farm outing, winter farmers’ markets
Wendy Fox Press Secretary, Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) View Wendy’s Bio Boston resident Joe Antonino and his dog Chaos visited all 76 parks in the DCR’s Park Passport program over the summer, a feat worth sharing. Joe and Chaos – a half boxer, …Continue Reading Chaos in the parks
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