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Join the New England Forestry Foundation and consulting forester Gary Gouldrup on Wednesday, Dec. 1, for a pre-timber harvest tour of Groton Place from 8 to 10 a.m. This walk is an opportunity for community residents and others to see how the New England Forestry Foundation cares for its forests through both preservation and management.

The property is located on the south side of Route 225 (Long Hill Road/West Main Street) on the east side of the Nashua River in Groton. From I-495, take exit 31 onto Route 119 west. Continue on Route 119 for 6.4 miles to Groton. In Groton, turn left onto Route 225 and follow its signs west. Just before the crossing of the Nashua River, Groton Place is on the left side of the road. Participants should plan to meet at the entrance gate.

The New England Forestry Foundation is a recognized leader in conserving working forests, educating the public about forestry, and assisting landowners in the long-term protection and sustainable management of their properties. NEFF owns and manages over 130 demonstration forests, totaling more than 23,000 acres throughout New England. NEFF also holds 135 conservation easements, protecting 1.142 million acres of forestland. For information, visit our website at www.newenglandforestry.org.