Southborough conservation administrator honored by Sudbury Valley Trustees

Above: Beth Rosenblum (left) receives an award from Sudbury Valley Trustees Land Protection Specialist Susan Crane (contributed photo)

At a meeting earlier this fall, Southborough Conservation Administrator Beth Rosenblum was honored by the Sudbury Valley Trustees for her work both here in Southborough and also in Ashland. A My Southborough reader sent in this recap:

Sudbury Valley Trustees recently honored many deserving and inspiring conservation leaders during its 59th Annual Meeting in late October. The Distinguished Public Service Award was presented to Beth Rosenblum of Ashland for her contributions as Conservation Administrator for the town of Southborough and as former Chair of Ashland’s Open Space Committee, an organization instrumental in the success of the Save Warren Woods campaign.

Susan J. Crane – Land Protection Specialist at SVT was delighted to honor Beth noting that in addition to her work on Ashland’s Open Space and Community Preservation Committees, as Conservation Administrator for the town of Southborough, Beth “has been terrific to work with on a number of projects, including the protection of Chestnut Hill Farm and the EMC project. She works well with people and has the ability to come up with creative solutions.”

Attending the ceremony to honor Beth were Sally Watters – President, Southborough Open Land Foundation, Meme Luttrell – Chair, Southborough Open Space Preservation Commission, Freddie Gillespie – Southborough Community Preservation Committee and Alan French – Chairman Bay Circuit Trail Alliance.

Congratulations Beth on a well deserved honor!

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