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Lloyd Center for the Environment
Nature Center. Founded in 1978 and situated with its headquarters overlooking Dartmouth's Slocum River, one of southeastern New England's most spectacular estuaries, the Lloyd Center for the Environment has achieved a well earned reputation for excellence in environmental research and education. Through its innovative outreach programs, it has established itself as a highly regarded leader in the ongoing effort to raise awareness of the area's fragile coastal resources and the importance of protecting them. With extraordinary water views and five miles of trails (on which under-control dogs are most welcome!) through unspoiled forest and salt-marshes to be discovered at its coastal nature preserve, the Lloyd Center offers a variety of recreational and educational opportunities for families, birders, school-children, hikers, scientists and nature enthusiasts of all ages. Location: 430 Potomska Road. Directions: From Route I-195, take Exit 12 or 12A (one exit west of intersection with Route 140). Turn right at end of Exit ramp and go through three sets of lights to Route 6. Cross Route 6 and, after a half mile, bear left onto Chase Road. Go 3.5 miles to its end (STOP-sign) and turn right onto Russells Mills Road. Go nearly a mile and turn left, just before Davoll's General Store, onto Rock O' Dundee Road. Go nearly a mile and turn right onto Potomska Road. The entrance to the Center, at No. 430, is about 1.7 miles down on the right.
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