Blackstone Heritage Corridor Launches Public Input Survey Community Feedback Will Help Guide Stewardship Priorities For the past 35 years, the Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor (BHC) has been the storyteller, guide, and champion for the bi-state region created by Congress in 1986. The Corridor celebrates its heritage as the birthplace of the American Industrial…

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Voters in Uxbridge and Sutton Vote to Authorize Local Officials to Negotiate Easements  for Blackstone River Bikeway Expansion   Whitinsville, MA  – Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor’s mission to continue expanding the Blackstone River Greenway/Bikeway has gained momentum. At Town Meetings on May 15, Uxbridge and Sutton residents voted in favor of authorizing local…

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Free accessible bike rides offer new experiences on the Blackstone River Bikeway/Greenway Photo: Front: Ellie Guild; Rear: Susan Halpin of Network of the National Library of Medicine, New England Region. Whitinsville, MA (March 22, 2021) – Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor (BHC) is partnering with All Out Adventures (AOA) to offer a series of…

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Whitinsville, MA (February 3, 2021) – Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor (BRVHNC) announces appointments made to its Board of Directors following its annual meeting in January. The Board of Directors elected new officers as follows: Chair, Richard T. Moore (MA); First Vice-Chair, Dennis Rice (MA); Second Vice-Chair, Lee Dillard Adams (MA); Treasurer, Yvonne Chita (MA); and…

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Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor has acquired a Van Raam OPair wheelchair bicycle to bring more adaptive recreation events to the Blackstone River Valley. On November 23, Bike-On delivered the bike where additional partners in the “Opening Doors the Outdoors” grant project, including All Out Adventures and Network of the National Library of Medicine,…

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Published May 27, in the Valley Breeze. National Heritage Corridor seeks help with new pledge By MELANIE THIBEAULT, Valley Breeze Staff Writer If you’re thinking about planting a garden this year, consider making it friendly for pollinators. The Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor is asking individuals and organizations to sign a pledge to help protect…

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March 23, 2020 Due to the public health and safety concerns with the Coronavirus, many of the 2020 spring cleanups scheduled throughout the Corridor have been canceled or postponed to later in the year. Here are some suggested safety tips from Keep Massachusetts Beautiful If you decide to clean up litter on your own in…

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Acting on a directive from the National Park Service, the Volunteers-In-Parks Program will be suspended for two weeks beginning today. All volunteers with both the Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park and Heritage Corridor are asked to refrain from volunteering at this time. The health and well-being of all of our volunteers, staff, and visitors…

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