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Ecumenical Earth Day Clean Up - Saturday April 27, 2019 at 9:30 am

Thanks to the twenty volunteers who joined up to remove 26 bags of trash from the Squannacook River Rail Trail on Earth Day in Townsend, April 27, 2019. And thanks to our co-sponsors Townsend Congregational Church, St. John the Evangelist Church, and New Beginnings United Methodist Church. Please keep an eye out for more volunteer events coming this year, leading up to construction planned for November 2019.

 

Map to parking at the corner of Depot and Center Street

We started at the rail trail's beginning at Depot Street.

Our youngest helper.

And yes, by the end near Townsend Harbor, the sun come out.
Local businesses supporting at the Granite Pillar level ($1000) or above

The following local companies have supported the Squannacook River Rail Trail at the Granite Pillar level ($1000) or above. We ask you to thank them the next time you patronize their business!

McNabb logo

Sebring Design logo

John Barrett logo

Evans logo

Arrow Septic logo

Nashoba Paddler logo

Workers Credit Union logo

Dunkin Donuts logo

The Catalano Companies - Dunkin' Donuts

North End Subaru logo

Deluxe logo

Rollstone logo

Townsend Center Realty logo

Baileys logo

Squanicook logo

Apple Meadow logo

For the full list of Granite Pillar donors, see our donation page.
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Who is building the Squannacook River Rail Trail?

In a word, you! The Squannacook River Rail Trail is being built by a local non-profit, Squannacook Greenways, with money from grants and donations only. No town money is being used for construction or maintenance. The trail will be maintained by local volunteers.

Volunteers will maintain this rail trail.

The next Board of Directors meeting of the non-profit Squannacook Greenways will be on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at 7:00 pm at the American Legion in Groton.  Anyone interested in this project is more than welcome to attend.