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Dorchester resident highlighted for conservation work

Posted by Patrick Rosso  November 1, 2013 12:20 PM

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(Image courtesy The Trustees of Reservations)


Shea Ennen, a Dorchester resident and operations manager for the Boston Natural Areas Network, was recently honored for his more than 25 years of service with the neighborhood’s green spaces.

The Trustees of Reservations, a non-profit organization that manages and advocates for open space throughout the Commonwealth, recently recognized Ennen at the group’s annual meeting.

“Shea is the voice of BNAN, greeting all visitors to the BNAN - in person or over the phone,” Vidya Tikku, vice president of development and special projects for BNAN, said in a statement. “He can always be found answering questions patiently, taking reservations or connecting folks to the right programs or staff.”

“Shea has welcomed all of us, including me, to the BNAN family with warmth. We thank him for leading by example, believing in and living the BNAN mission with passion, dedication and hard work,” she added.

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