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2016

Waban Hill Reservoir

The city of Newton has purchased this reservoir from the MWRA. Newton Conservators holds the conservation restriction on the property.

Conservators 2016 Annual Dinner

Black Swallow-Wort: Unwanted in Newton

The invasive Black Swallow-Wort is spreading in Newton.

2015

Protect Our Herons

Herons live along the shore of many ponds, lakes, and rivers in Newton and nearby communities.

On August 19, 2015, this Great Blue Heron was killed by off-leash dogs at Arnold Arboretum in Boston.

 

June Doin'

 

Conservators 2015 Annual Dinner

2014

DEP Approves Hammond Pond Floating Walkway

Conservators 2014 Annual Dinner

 

2013

Digital Park Signs Installed in Three Conservation Areas

 

New Bridges and Trails in Riverside Park

Hemlock Gorge Dam Reconstruction

New Edmands Park Website

Nahanton Park to receive temporary fire station, permanent conservation restriction

Conservators 2013 Annual Dinner

 

2012

Lower Falls Pedestrian Bridge Opens

Proposed Riverside Development

Riverside developer scaling back

Newton Conservators comments

Riverside development plan

One upside of the water chestnut infestation

Public Street Trees -- A Choice

Conservators 2012 Annual Dinner

 

2011

Conservators 2011 Annual Dinner

2010

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2006

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2003

2000

20th century brings success preserving public open spaces (Newton Tab, February 10, 2000)

Little gains, big losses mark a much-developed Newton (Newton Tab, January 28, 2000)

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