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The Delaney Project encompasses 170 acres consisting of open water, seasonal shore marshes, and a perimeter of wooded or open conservation land.  There are numerous trails leading through open fields, upland forest and marsh. The main pond at the center of the property offers warm water fishing for bass, pickerel and panfish and opportunities for canoeing and wildlife viewing. Ospreys are frequently sighted hunting fish in late summer and fall.​
The images below are from the Town of Stow Conservation Commission.