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Frozen Fish-Where do the fish go in the winter? Do they hibernate? Do they bury themselves in the bottom of the rivers and ponds somehow? The fresh waters of Blackstone Valley have two types of fish: warm water and cold water varieties. During the cold months, warm water varieties such as bass and sunfish slow down […]
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A reminder about the owl presentation at River Bend Farm Thursday at 10 a.m. ... See MoreSee Less
Bring the kids to River Bend Farm during school vacation to learn about New England Owls! This volunteer-led program promises to be informative and entertaining! See flyer for details and please pre-register!
Take a look at how one of our volunteer groups from Woonsocket spent their day today! Thank you Tracey Belliveau for all you do for these students! ... See MoreSee Less
Our Friday took us to River Island Park to release the Brook Trout we had been raising for RIDEM. Next, we headed to the Blackstone Valley Heritage Corridor office in Whitinsville, MA, to drop off service hour paperwork (Volunteers In Parks). Then, we stopped in at River Bend Farm to find out more about their Maple Sugaring weekend in March. We will be volunteering our services there before the event! Have a safe and relaxing vacation everyone!
Its authentic…the real deal! This is where the American Industrial Revolution began and sent reverberations throughout the country. Follow the 46 miles of the Blackstone River as it drops 450 feet to sea level. Explore the varied habitats of its watershed, the charming towns and villages in the region, and our distinctive culture created by ethnic influences from around the globe. This is Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor.
An energetic non-profit, Blackstone Heritage corridor, Inc. partners with organizations, local communities and businesses, and residents to ensure the long-term vitality of the National Heritage Corridor.