"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.
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 saw planting of 2000+ bulbs in Maynard and Acton.
Maynard Cultural Council ($500) Pam Margules Mark & Joshua Mark
Maynard Community Gardeners ($300) Suzanne Weiss & Cory Weiss
Assabet River Rail Trail, Inc. ($250) 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 email@example.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.
Sign up to be on the mailing lists for calls for volunteers and flower-viewing events.
Trail of Flowers is a volunteer organization created to beautify the Assabet River Rail Trail with flower plantings
10 Maple Street, Maynard, MA 01754, US