How Norfolk County Massachusetts preserves forest

Of course, if solar photovoltaic arrays were proposed here instead, residents and abutters would come out to oppose them, including untruthfully claiming that photovoltaics leak Cadmium and other materials into soils.

“Cutting down trees is detrimental to the environment.”

Other wooded recreational areas available about Walpole.

Official Commonwealth of Massachusetts designated areas of core forest and habitat.

Note the Fisher Street forest and the North Street locations proposed for solar arrays are not included.

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