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Guided tour of Nashua’s Mine Falls Park on Sunday, June 22

NASHUA – Mine Falls Park will be celebrated as a “wonderful example of an urban greenway” in a free walking tour next Sunday, June 22.

The tour, planned for 2-3:30 p.m., has been organized by the Nashua River Watershed Association, and is led by its land programs director, Al Futterman. ...

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NASHUA – Mine Falls Park will be celebrated as a “wonderful example of an urban greenway” in a free walking tour next Sunday, June 22.

The tour, planned for 2-3:30 p.m., has been organized by the Nashua River Watershed Association, and is led by its land programs director, Al Futterman.

The two-mile walk is on a level hard-packed earthen surface. It is free and open to the public; for the comfort of all, no dogs are allowed.

This will be the last walk in NRWA’s spring series of greenway walks introducing the public to local riverside greenways, permanently protected land that helps to improve water quality and wildlife habitat, and that offers recreational opportunities.

The meeting location for the walk is at 108 Coliseum Street in Nashua; a Google map and directions are available at www.nashua
riverwatershed.org.

Pre-registration is appreciated for planning purposes and for notice of a weather postponement. To pre-register, contact Al Futterman at 1-978-448-0299, or email AlF@nashuariver
watershed.org.