Our Rivers Provided
for the American Industrial Revolution
Important Update in Regard to COVID-19
July 14, 2020
The Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor is actively monitoring the COVID-19 situation. The safety and well-being of our visitors, staff, and volunteers is our top priority.
Acting on the directives from both Massachusetts and Rhode Island, the Blackstone River Valley Heritage Center at Worcester, MA and our administrative office in Whitinsville, MA will be closed to the public for the time being. Our spring public programs and events are currently suspended. But, even with our doors closed, we'll do our best to keep you connected to Corridor. Be sure to follow Corridor News as we continue to Get Lost in the Blackstone River Valley! We thank you for your support during this unprecedented time. You can contact us at email@example.com.
Acting on a directive from the National Park Service, the Volunteers-In-Parks programs and volunteer activities will be suspended until further notice. All volunteers with both the Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park and Heritage Corridor are asked to refrain from volunteering at this time. Use this time to take care of yourself and be safe.
Uxbridge 2020 Open Space and Recreation Plan
Please help the Town of Uxbridge update our Open Space and Recreation Plan (OSRP) by participating in this important survey. A state-approved updated plan is necessary to qualify for state funding for acquisition and protection of open space and recreational facilities. This survey is being conducted to understand the needs and concerns of Uxbridge residents regarding the Town's open space and recreation facilities. A draft OSRP was last completed in 2008 but was never fully approved.
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The Blackstone River Valley
National Heritage Corridor
It’s 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.
Our Volunteers contribute their time and energy to make a difference for everyone in the River Valley. Please Join Us