Aside from cleaning, clearing and connecting the Greenway trails on the island, the Block Island Conservancy also preserved 30 acres of new land in the past year, including the acquisition of Hull Pond.
These were some of the statistics and data offered by Executive Director Clair Stover Comings and others at the BIC’s Annual Meeting on Sunday, Oct. 13 at the 1661 Inn.
The keynote speaker was Caitlin Chaffee, a policy analyst for the Coastal Resources Management Council, who spoke on the need to protect and preserve coastal buffer systems. BIC President Dorrie
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