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Bill Hinkley

Bill Hinkley

Program Director, Massachusetts Environmental Trust (MET)

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The Massachusetts Environmental Trust will be exhibiting at The Fly Fishing Show January 14-16 at the Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel and Trade Center in Marlborough. The show features many educational programs and seminars, authors, fly tying exhibits, and many other exhibitors. If you take a fly rod to fresh water or salt water, you are sure to find great information and fellowship at this event. Stop by the MET booth to learn more about our grants for water quality improvement and river restoration projects.

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