Soaring to New Heights

We would like to congratulate three young men who have achieved the rank of Eagle Scout in the last month.  All of them led great projects to improve NCLT’s conservation areas.

Ryan Rivard of Leominster created a new trail, Helen’s High Way, at our Kirby Conservation Area.  The trail is named in honor of Helen Kirby who donated the property to NCLT.  Ryan also carved and installed the trail name signs.


Cameron Davis of Leominster built a bridge at our Rome Conservation Area in Gardner.  The 12′ long and 5′ wide bridge is built to accommodate hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians.


Cole Carignan of Hubbardston built three trail head kiosks.  Cole installed one at our Dwelly Conservation Area, one is located at our Peabody Conservation Area in Lunenburg and the third will be installed at our Rome Conservation Area in Gardner.

Congratulations to all three Eagle Scouts on achieving this wonderful goal and thank you to all of them for their help with our work!