Letter from the Editor: in favor of organized trail use

Where I’m from we don’t really have any public lands. Much like Europe, New England is all privately owned. The 300 years of land purchasing, developing, and trading has left little unclaimed by some entity or individual. The American East, and especially the colonial region known as New England, has been a part of this nation since long before the concept of communal land occurred to the European settlers.

My hometown of Proctor, was originally called Southerland Falls but was renamed when it was purchased by the Proctor family with the intent of mining the natural marble deposits from the hi...


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