How the Forest Tells a Story

How the Forest Tells a Story

Forests are familiar characters in many well-known fairytales and bedtime stories, such as Little Red Hood, The Jungle Book, Bridge to Terabithia and so many more. But how does a forest tell its own story? On Tuesday, January 23, Julia Minot, Volunteer Coordinator...
DCR Blue Hills Deer Management 2023 Program

DCR Blue Hills Deer Management 2023 Program

The following is information from the: Department of Conservation and Recreation on the Blue Hills State Reservation White-Tailed Deer Management Program 2023 The 2023 permitted archery deer hunt will take place over the course of 11 days on Mondays through Thursdays...
Important Update from the Friends of the Blue Hills

Important Update from the Friends of the Blue Hills

Milton, MA, September 19, 2023  – The Friends of the Blue Hills, a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation and preservation of the Blue Hills Reservation, today announced that  Judy Lehrer Jacobs, their esteemed Executive Director, will move on after an...
Your Chance to ‘Adopt-a-Forest’

Your Chance to ‘Adopt-a-Forest’

As you travel the Blue Hills’ trails, you pass through over 7,000 acres that serve as vital habitat for a multitude of wildlife.  The habitat that wildlife depend on, however, is degraded by invasive species.  Invasive plants, like mile-a-minute vine, grow...