This month-long September program promotes unique experiences in the 25 communities of the Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor and also encourages visitors to travel to the area, take in the natural beauty, and learn about the rich history in the region.
There are lots of ways to Trash Responsibly and properly recycle! Do you have ideas or photos of you helping to keep our planet Trash-free? Tag us on Instagram @bhc_inc or Twitter @BHC_Inc with #TrashResponsibly
We close out National Volunteer Week with another stunning blog post by volunteer Marjorie Turner Kuhl Hollman recapping our Volunteer Appreciation Picnic ths week! Thank you Majorie, and thank you to all of our volunteers who inspire us every day! ... See MoreSee Less
Happy National Volunteer Week to our incredible group of volunteers! Tonight we will celebrate them all at a special gathering at the new Kelly House Replica Barn!
If volunteering has crossed your mind and you're not quite sure of the benefits, we encourage you to read this beautiful blog post by one of our volunteers, Marjorie Turner Kuhl Hollman. She attended a skills workshop last week on Accessible Cycling and reveals what she gets in return by giving of her time by volunteering! ... See MoreSee Less
We're really excited about this year's GO! program and have created a new advertising opportunity on the BACK PAGE of our program book.If you, or someone you know, would like to see their business promoted throughout the 25 communities of the National Heritage Corridor, from Worcester to Providence, featured in 10,000 copies of the 2018 program book, reach out to us today to reserve your spot. ... See MoreSee Less
Scenes from today's Gypsy Moth Eradication workshop in Blackstone River State Park led by our volunteer Steve Emma. Steve dedicates his time to preserving the trees in the park, cutting back invasives, removing trees from the canal and also volunteers to repair and replace the fence posts along the bikeway. Today he led a workshop to demonstrate how you can protect your own trees from Gypsy Moths. Thank you Steve for all you do! ... See MoreSee Less
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.