This 230-acre, glacial, out-wash basin, located in the southwest part of the island, is considered the birthplace of conservation on Block Island. It was preserved through a 30-year partnership between the Block Island Conservancy, The Nature Conservancy, the Town of New Shoreham and the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management. Several miles of walking trails.
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