Entries by Andy Horvitz

2020 Annual Meeting

2020 Annual Meeting On May 19, 2020, the Members of the Hudson Land Trust held their annual meeting. Tom Green and Andy Horvitz were re-elected as Directors and subsequently as Officers, Clerk and Treasurer, respectively. 2019 highlights and our plans for 2020 were discussed. More info here. Click to access 2020-Annual-Meeting.pdf

New Year’s Day Hike

The public is invited to hike the Danforth Falls Conservation Area in Hudson, Mass., from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020. The walk includes picturesque views of Danforth Brook, historic stone walls, summit views west of Hudson, wildlife, a waterfall, and more. Follow the orange ribbon on your own or join […]

Plastic Bag Ban Support

Plastic Bag Ban Support At our October meeting, the Hudson Land Trust board of directors voted unanimously to endorse article 17, a bylaw to eliminate the usage of single plastic checkout bags.  The board feels that this ban will have a meaningful impact on town conservation resources. A reduction in the number of plastic bags […]

Old North Road Trail Blazing

Last Thursday, a hearty group of about thirty volunteers braved some rain, swarming mosquitos, and a dense jungle of thorns and poison ivy to cut a loop trail at the Old North Road conservation land. Thank you to all who contributed. Thank you to Glen Davis for providing pizza to the group and to Pam […]

Centennial Beach Project

Please Support the Centennial Beach Project The beach is one of the town’s best assets and has for too long been an under-appreciated and under-utilized resource. This is our opportunity to improve it. A “yes” vote at Town Meeting won’t cost you a cent in new taxes, but you’ll reap all the benefits of this […]

Stretch Energy Code Information Session

Build Greener, Win Grants At the upcoming spring Town Meeting, Hudson will decide whether to implement a Stretch Energy Code for the purpose of becoming a Green Community. Green Community’s are eligible for grants which fund energy saving projects in municipal buildings. So, in addition to the direct benefits of building greener here in Hudson, […]

Business Fundraising Effort Kicks Off

Our Business Fundraising Efforts Have Begun Now Seeking Sponsors!   We are an all-volunteer organization that seeks funding to further our conservation goals. Your financial support enables us to maintain, beautify, and enhance the utilization of, the Town’s conservation properties. Our fundraising appeal: In late 2018 a group of Hudson residents formed a non-profit organization […]