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With our 2016 brick fundraiser, you can help turn the Squannacook River Rail Trail from a long-held dream into a reality.

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Squannacook River Rail Trail volunteer work day Saturday Oct 22, 2016 11-2

Squannacook Greenways will be holding a volunteer work day along the Squannacook River Rail Trail on Saturday Oct 22, 2016 between the hours of 11 am and 2 pm (rain or shine). Volunteers will be putting up trail markers like the one shown. Please meet at the Depot Street parking area (where Center St and Depot St meet in Townsend center), or behind Harbor Church off Route 119 in the Townsend Harbor area. Please bring work gloves and a hammer, and enjoy the fall foliage while helping the rail trail!

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Riding the Squannacook River Rail Trail Video

Riding the trail video

Watch a 5 minute quicktime video of riding the future Squannacook River Rail Trail.

Thanks also to the Townsend Library, who's free lynda.com access for Townsend residents was key to creating this short video.

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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 state or town money is being used for construction. 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, Nov. 16, 2016 at 7:00 pm at the Nashua River Watershed Association in Groton.  Anyone interested in this project is more than welcome to attend.