WellesleyWeston Magazine

SUMMER 2012

Launched in 2005, WellesleyWeston Magazine is a quarterly publication tailored to Wellesley and Weston residents and edited to enrich the experience of living in two of Massachusetts' most desirable communities.

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Open Spaces SETTLED 1660 INCORPORATED 1881 POPULATION 27,982 ELEVATION 141 ft. LAND AREA 10.18 sq. mi. MILES OF TRAILS 40 PROTECTED OPEN SPACE 900+ acres HIGHEST POINT 336 ft. Pierce Hill Wellesley Acorn Tree & Landscape Design and Construction Offering Large Tree Transplanting Over 2,000 mature trees available to instantly establish your landscape. Hand digging large Rhododendron filled with their scent. Both have great views of the pond and you can glimpse the islands in the middle. Nackoney says that "participants on the association's guided walks are surprised by how much of Wellesley can be walked off roads… [the] rich diversity of trails…to be explored and enjoyed. Too many people con- centrate on their side of town and miss out on seeing all the picturesque open space avail- able." The members of the Wellesley Trails Committee welcome all ages to participate in preserving and enjoying these green gems. Lessing did add that there are more trails and projects for connecting areas in the works, so there will be plenty of special spots to explore in the years to come. • MA Certified Arborist • Owner Operated • Horticultural Consultant • Planting Plans Installing 40 ft. Sugar Maple with tree spade A leader in New England in large tree & shrub transplanting Harvard, MA • Tel: 978-635-0409 • Fax: 978-635-9840 • acorntree@aol.com Japanese Maple | Dogwood | Beech | Sugar Maple | Spruce | etc... 110 WellesleyWeston Magazine | summer 2012

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