Sudbury Valley Trustees
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Sudbury Valley Trustees is dedicated to preserving the special quality of life that characterizes the region in the thirty-six communities within the Concord, Assabet and Sudbury watershed. This is one of the most scenic, culturally rich, and historically significant regions in the United States.
SVT currently owns, through gifts and purchase, more than seventy properties in sixteen towns, a total of over 2,200 acres. Additionally, SVT holds conservation restrictions on more than 1,000 acres that protect the land from further development.
Events & Calendar
Join SVT staff and volunteers in exploring our watershed in a variety of locations through a variety of land and water-based activities. See a calendar of current Sudbury Valley Trustees educational programs and recreation events.
In 2004, Sudbury Valley Trustees moved into Wolbach Farm in Sudbury, a 54-acre property that is a priceless greenspace. SVT can we now welcome visitors to hike the property on the interpretive trail, join us for SVT-sponsored talks and activities, and hold meetings and parties in both the Barn and farmhouse.
Regular office hours are Mon-Fri 9:00-5:00 except holidays and special occasions.
See event calendar for more information.
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