The Trustees - Martha's Vineyard, Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts. We love the outdoors. The Trustees of Reservations, which operates many properties on the South Shore, took similar action. Welcome to the Facebook community for The Trustees' properties on Martha's Vineyard! The Trustees of Reservations, a member-supported, nonprofit, conservation organization that preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. These are sites that did not experience overcrowding prior to the closures. 5.7K likes. BOSTON, MA – MARCH 23, 2020 – The Trustees of Reservations (The Trustees) announces that in We believe in celebrating and protecting them, for everyone, forever. Peter received a B.A. The Trustees of Reservations, a non-profit land conservation and historic preservation group with land across Massachusetts, is reopening 13 properties to the public beginning June 4. However, The Trustees of Reservations announced plans … We love the distinctive charms of New England. The Trustees of Reservations will reopen more than 70 of its properties around the state Thursday just two weeks after it closed all 118 of its farms, trails and wildlife reservations to the public. Trustees Outdoor Properties Temporarily Closing to the Public Amidst Evolving COVID-19 Situation Public’s help sought in respecting closures to maintain responsible social distancing, in light of stay-at-home advisory issued by Governor Baker. Crowds force Conn. beach closures; Crane Beach prepares for reopening in Mass. with honors in classical studies from Hamilton College in 1982 and currently serves on the college’s Board of Trustees. The Trustees of Reservations has reopened the majority of its properties, but some favorites in the region remain closed to the public due to the coronavirus pandemic. Barbara J. Erickson, president and CEO, posted a statement on the Trustees … Coronavirus Closures: Mass Audubon, Trustees of Reservations Shut Down Outdoor Facilities March 24, 2020 at 11:06 am Filed Under: Boston News , Coronavirus , Mass Audubon In the latest shift since evicting the Trustees of Reservations from Katama Farm two months ago, the Edgartown conservation commission is now considering splitting the property’s educational and farming components to allow for more than one tenant on the site. The Trustees of Reservations - which runs parks, nature preserves and community gardens in the Boston area - announced today that they have re-opened 76 of them, but are asking only people local to them use them, to comply with state social-distancing guidelines.