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SLIDE SHOW: Trustees of Reservations

SLIDE SHOW: Trustees of Reservations
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by in Mar 2010

The Trustees of Reservations in Massachusetts have protected and preserved 102 properties since the group was founded in 1891. With 100,000 members, the Trustees organization maintains both natural and man-made places–from wetlands and islands to mansions and barns.

Read more: Land Preservation in Massachusetts

See more: Photography by William Huber.

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One Response to SLIDE SHOW: Trustees of Reservations

  1. George Byrnes March 28, 2011 at 5:23 pm #

    I enjoy pictures of nature made scene, so all the scenes that man has tried to make, don’t interest me.

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