You would be excused for believing that fall means heading west to apple orchards or south to Patriots games. But there are plenty of reasons to head towards the harbor this autumn! On Boston Harbor, the fall brings a season of transitions and transformations, not only in the park foliage but also in our work and across the waterfront.
There are newly completed sections of the Harborwalk worth checking out at Clippership Wharf in East Boston and Pier 4 in the Seaport as well as a new playground at the Eliot School in the North End. The Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park is still open and the library passes for discounted tickets are valid 7 days a week until October 14th, the end of the public ferry season.
Here at Boston Harbor Now we continue to track hurricane season and best practices for coastal resilience. We will be joining the City of Boston as they kick off Climate Ready Dorchester with a community open house.
Hope to see you on the Harbor,
Katherine F. Abbott
President and CEO
Boston Harbor Now