Rocky time for Morses Pond clean-up in Wellesley

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Neighbors who live along the shore of Wellesley/Natick’s Morses Pond have joined forces with town organizations such as Public Works and the Natural Resources Commission to organize an invasive plant cleanup of the pond. Unfortunately, the “hydro-rake” used to do the job got bashed up on a bunch of rocks from the pond’s floor (pictures here), so the effort has been thrown a bit off course. Supporters of the plan, however, are looking to give it another go next week, though this time abutters will have raked material deposited on their shores and will need to get rid of it themselves.