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    Kathy Mills, executive director of the Scarborough Land Trust, walks on Eleanor's Trail. The trail, which is about one-third of a mile long, is the first permanent trail at Pleasant Hill Reserve and is the first universal-access trail created by the land trust.

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    A large American elm stands at the head of Eleanor's Trail at dusk.

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    The view from one of the lookouts along the trail that was built for those who are mobility challenged.

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    The land the trails were create on was last used as a cattle farm purchased by Jerrerd Benjamin in the 1950's.

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    A stand of Poplar trees create a stark contrast to the dark evergreen woods bordering Pleasant Hill Preserve.

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    Executive Director Kathy Mills listens to Toby Jacobs, stewardship coordinator, as he talks about the work the Scarborough Land Trust is doing at the preserve.

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    Cattails reach skyward along the edge of Eleanor's Trail. Scarborough Land Trust recently became latest conservation group to add a universal-access trail for naturalists of all physical abilities.

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    One of the lookouts along the one-third-mile trail. The Scarborough Land Trust surpassed its $2.5 million fund-raising goal so decided to use $36,000 to create the accessible trail at the 135-acre farm.

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