Nature is always hinting at us. It hints over and over again. And suddenly we take the hint.

~ Robert Frost 

A COUNTRY DAY AT PARDON GRAY 2011

The Tiverton Land Trust's A Country Day at Pardon Gray was held on Saturday, September 17th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Pardon Gray Preserve on Main Road in Tiverton. The popular community event included music, hayrides, children's actvities, food, drinks, and lots more.  Country Day celebrates our community and our commitment to preserve and protect open space here in Tiverton. The day was beautiful and the event was well-attended by all ages. Click below to see pictures of a few of the attractions. You can view more on the TLT Facebook page. 

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Go Fly a Kite

About 10 families showed up at Pardon Gray Preserve on Saturday morning (May 7th) to take advantage of the beautiful weather & great breezes to try their luck at kite flying.

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Knapweed Study

On Friday, April 8, 2011, University of Rhode Island (URI) Entomologist, Lisa Tewksbury and Carl Sawyer from the department of Plant Sciences at URI came to Pardon Gray Preserve to meet Garry Plunkett and Wayne Browning to collect seed heads from Black Knapweed, an invasive plant which is flourishing at the Preserve.

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