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Making Assabet River Rail Trail (www.arrtinc.org) Interesting

"Trail of Flowers" volunteers in Massachusetts have committed to planting thousands of flowering bulbs, annuals and perennials along the Assabet River Rail Trail as part of a project to make the trail interesting.

First year (2018): 2000 daffodils planted!

Donations from Maynard Community Gardeners (http://www.maynardgardeners.org/mcg/ )and the Assabet River Rail Trail organization (www.ARRTinc.org) combined with the efforts of volunteers made the fall 2018 planting a  success.

2019

May 4th was a flower-viewing trail walk from downtown Maynard to the historic Marble Farm site, where 1000+ daffodils were planted. The walk passed other planting sites. Fall 2019 will see planting of 3000+ bulbs in Maynard and Acton. 

2019: DONATIONS AND VOLUNTEERS

2019 Donors page (for donations >$100)

              Maynard Cultural Council ($500)                      Maynard Community Gardeners ($300)                   

   Pam Margules Mark & Joshua Mark                Suzanne Weiss & Cory Weiss                            

Cindy Beck Goldstein & Roger Goldstein        Pamela Newton and John Houchin            

Lois K. Tetreault           Ellen C. Duggan Trust          Pamela A. Agner          Laura Moore    


TO DONATE: Make checks out to Assabet River Rail Trail Inc. This is a non-profit organization of volunteers who have been and continue to be involved in the creation, promotion and management of the Trail. ARRT has a website, Facebook page, and Wikipedia entry. MAIL THE CHECKS TO ME: David A. Mark, 10 Maple Street, Maynard, MA 01754. I will forward the checks to ARRT, which has established a TOF account. Include an email address and you will receive an email acknowledging your donation. Email addresses will not be shared with any other organization. Donate $100 or more and your donation will be acknowledged on the Trail Of Flowers website. 


TO VOLUNTEER: Send your name, phone number and email address to damark51@gmail.com  Planting dates are October 13 & 19 (Maynard) and 20 (Acton). Each event will be 2-3 hours, and will be BYOS (bring your own shovel). BYOW (bring your own water), too. What worked the first year was digging out a large area to a depth of six inches, putting in the bulbs, putting back the dirt. 


Trail Of Flowers volunteers for the 2018 planting of daffodils at the Marble Farm site.
Trail Of Flowers volunteers for the 2018 planting of daffodils at the Marble Farm site.

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Trail of Flowers is a volunteer organization created to beautify the Assabet River Rail Trail with flower  plantings

Trail of Flowers (Maynard, MA)

10 Maple Street, Maynard, MA 01754, US

david@dmarknutrition.com