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Massachusetts group to reopen many sites to offer more outdoor opportunities

The Trustees of Reservations plans to reopen 76 historic, cultural, and agricultural sites across the region Thursday to offer residents more opportunities to spend time outdoors while working to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, the Boston-based organization said Wednesday.

The sites include the Hamlin Reservation in Ipswich, Lyman Reserve in Buzzards Bay, the Charles River Peninsula in Needham, and Dinosaur Footprints in Holyoke, according to the Trustees.

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