Boston Natural Areas Network to lead bike tour of Boston Orchards
Explore Boston’s fruitful orchards from the
seat of your bicycle by riding through Roxbury and Dorchester on Saturday,
May 24th. Join Boston Natural Areas Network’s Urban Forest Program
Coordinator, Linda Ciesielski for an informative, free, guided ride to
experience the ins and outs of Boston’s hidden orchards first hand. Some
urban biking experience is recommended.
Riders will meet at 10:30 a.m. outside the Roxbury Crossing T Station
(Orange Line). The route will go by Roxbury Heritage State Park, Allan
Crite Community Garden, the Cooper Center, Shirley Eustis House, Edward
Everett Square and end at the JFK T Station (Red Line). *Helmets and
Registration are required. * For more information about this free ride or to register please call 617-542-7696 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Boston Natural Areas Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to
bringing together local residents, partner organizations, public officials and foundations to preserve, expand and enhance urban open space, including community gardens, greenways and urban wilds. For further information aboutthe organization, becoming a member or the calendar of events, visit www.bostonnatural.org, or call 617-542-7696.