• red-oak-leaf

    In Celebration of Red Oaks

    About Our Lands: In Celebration of Red Oaks The red oak trees (Quercus rubra, Fagaceae) that dominate portions of our Kingdom Woods Conservation Area should inspire everyone to plant and nurture this tree species. Oaks are beautiful—the persistent… Read More

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    Holiday Swag from BHHT

    Trail Guides Make Great Stocking Stuffers!  So do gift memberships to Blue Hill Heritage Trust.  Contact Eileen for details.               Stop by for more bargains at our Holiday Sale! Blue Hill Peninsula… Read More

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    Some Trails Closed; Volunteers Needed

    Due to damage from the recent heavy winds and snow storms, a few of our trails are still closed.  Staff and volunteer crews are working to clear the trails. Call 374-5118 to help–or to report the condition of… Read More

  • Hunters and hikers share the woods

    Hikers & Hunters Share the Woods

    Hunting season has started. We would like to remind both hikers and hunters that many people in our community use the land owned by Blue Hill Heritage Trust for multiple recreational purposes. During firearm season for deer, from… Read More

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    Children’s Lantern Walk

    We decided the ice and wind would make the walk too difficult, so the Lantern Walk was cancelled. Our story was to be a folk take from Denmark. A long time ago, all the trees stayed  green in… Read More