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
Where do you go to watch the sun set in Blackstone Valley? Which place has the best view? That question came up in the office recently and this picture has us wanting to hear from you!Just thought I’d share a picture of sunset over Hopedale Pond tonight! If any of you haven’t witnessed a sunset here, I highly suggest you take one in soon! ... See MoreSee Less
Did you or someone you know register for the Adaptive Cycling event we're hosting with All Out Adventures on June 5? We're asking a favor to please reach out to Karen Foster to confirm your registration at 413.584.2052 or email her at email@example.com. If this is the first you're hearing about the event, reach out to Karen fore more info and to register. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
BLACKSTONE – On Tuesday, June 5, the Blackstone River and its accompanying forests, marshlands and bikeway will become open to all as the Blackstone Heritage Corridor and the Blackstone River Bikeway Ambassadors partner with Northampton’s All Out Adventures to bring adaptive cycling to the Black...
Congratulations to the Shay Family, the newest Blackstone Valley 101 certificate holders! Kelly Shay has been working with her boys to learn about their community and worked with them to take the online Blackstone Valley 101 tutorial. Now they all know so much about the river, canal, and mills! ”I was surprised to discover they really were interested in the river and history," Kelly remarked when they visited the office to receive their certificates and pins. "This summer we will take the passport and go explore even more!” Not only did they get their pins and certificates, but the boys were made Junior Park Rangers with a mission to “Trash Responsibly.” Congratulations to the Shay Family on a job well done! ... 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.