MassWildlife is proposing leash and waste disposal regulations for dogs on Wildlife Management Areas. MassWildlife has a long tradition of welcoming dogs on WMAs, and dogs are still welcome on them under this new proposal.
$15,500 to the Cherry Hill Realty Trust in Stockbridge to remove the invasive hardy kiwi plant.
By Gene Chague, Eagle correspondent
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MassWildlife proposes to take this action because of repeated complaints from WMA users about negative and unsafe encounters with unleashed dogs and issues with dog waste. MassWildlife protects and manages these areas to sustain wildlife abundance and diversity and provide wildlife-related recreation, including hunting, fishing and wildlife-watching, while at the same time providing a safe and enjoyable outdoor experience for all visitors. Therefore:
Local or nearby awardees of this year#8217;s Habitat Management Grant Program are:
Winter Waterfowl Survey