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Many outdoor events are held every year along or close by the Cochituate Rail Trail. Here, Jill Miller explains natural history on a walk along the granite wall that kept silt out of the adjacent Cochituate Aqueduct Gate House, just north of Route 30 and the Snake Brook Trail.
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ExhibitPlus 040612JillLeadsNatureWalk Many outdoor events are held every year along or close by the Cochituate Rail Trail. Here, Jill Miller explains natural history on a walk along the granite wall that kept silt out of the adjacent Cochituate Aqueduct Gate House, just north of Route 30 and the Snake Brook Trail.