HADLEY, Mass. (WWLP) – The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on October 25 will officially open the Fort River Birding and Nature Trail on Moody Bridge Road in Hadley, Mass.
The universally accessible mile-long trail provides opportunities for people of all abilities to experience and enjoy the outdoors in the Pioneer Valley and Connecticut River Watershed. The trail is wheelchair accessible and features a network of elevated walkways and overlooks.
Leaders from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, The Trust for Public Lands, Kestrel Land Trust, Mass Universal Access Program and Stavros Center for Independent Living Will speak and participate in a community ribbon-cutting event on Saturday, October 25.
Young people who have had a hand in building the trail as part of the Student Conservation Association and Youth Conservation Corps Program will participate.