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Handicapped-Accessible Nature Trail In East Hampton Dedicated To Zach Cohen

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Town officials, members of the East Hampton Nature Preserve Committee and residents of Springs gathered in Buckskill on Monday morning to dedicate a new multi-use, handicapped accessible nature trail at the Buckskill Meadows Nature Preserve in honor of Zach Cohen, the longtime chairman of the Nature Preserve Committee who had long advocated for a handicapped accessible trail system.

Town officials, members of the East Hampton Nature Preserve Committee and residents of Springs gathered in Buckskill on Monday morning to dedicate a new multi-use, handicapped accessible nature trail at the Buckskill Meadows Nature Preserve in honor of Zach Cohen, the longtime chairman of the Nature Preserve Committee who had long advocated for a handicapped accessible trail system.

Pamela Cohen a the dedication of the new multi-use nature trail at the Buckskill Meadows Nature Preserve, which was dedicated on Monday in honor of her late husband, Zach Cohen, who had long advocated for a handcapped-accessible nature trail.

Pamela Cohen a the dedication of the new multi-use nature trail at the Buckskill Meadows Nature Preserve, which was dedicated on Monday in honor of her late husband, Zach Cohen, who had long advocated for a handcapped-accessible nature trail.

authorMichael Wright on Jul 20, 2022
East Hampton Town and land preservation advocates on Monday dedicated a new multi-use, handicapped-accessible nature trail in the Buckskill woods to the memory of Zach Cohen. The trail, a half-mile... more

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