Two Volunteer Groups Wins State Grant for Trunkline Trail Efforts

Agency - Department of Conservation and Recreation

Two volunteer groups, Friends of the SNETT and the Bay State Trail Riders Association, working to develop the Southern New England Trunkline Trail have received a state grant.


The $22,000 matching grant is administered by the state Department of Conservation and Recreation through its Recreational Trails Program. The two groups have pulled together projects along the trail.


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