Archive of Past Events

Quinobequin Rd. Invasives Pull

Quinobequin Rd. Invasives Pull

Sunday, 04/30/2023    
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
We will control garlic mustard, knotweed, and black swallow-wort infestations on the Charles River's Quinobequin trail, which leads to beautiful Hemlock Gorge.. Help keep the [...]
Invasives Pull at Sawmill Brook

Invasives Pull at Sawmill Brook

Sunday, 04/30/2023    
9:30 am - 11:00 am
Sawmill Brook Conservation Area is a lovely, long, natural trail connecting Newton to West Roxbury. It has garlic mustard and black swallow-wort infestations at its [...]
Kids- Discovering Hammond Pond

Kids- Discovering Hammond Pond

Saturday, 04/29/2023    
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Did you know there is a large pond next to Webster Woods? Join Barbara Bates and Sam Corbin, Newton Conservators Board members to explore a [...]
CANCELED DUE TO RAIN - Signs of Spring in the Webster Woods: Wildflowers, trees leafing out, migratory birds, and sunfish.

CANCELED DUE TO RAIN - Signs of Spring in the Webster Woods: Wildflowers, trees leafing out, migratory birds, and sunfish.

Sunday, 04/23/2023    
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
This Event has been canceled today due to predicted heavy rain in the afternoon! Consider attending the Newton Earth Day Festival inside at the Newton [...]
Newton's Earth Day Festival

Newton's Earth Day Festival

Sunday, 04/23/2023    
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Come visit our table (#16) at Newton’s Earth Day Festival to learn more about Newton Conservators, the Newton Conservation Office, and the Newton Pollinator Group. [...]
Cold Spring Park Invasives Pull

Cold Spring Park Invasives Pull

Sunday, 04/23/2023    
9:30 am - 11:00 am
Cold Spring Park is being invaded by garlic mustard, knotweed, buckthorn, and other species. We will keep the Cochituate Aqueduct walk under control after previous [...]
Earth Day Clean-Up at Hammond Pond Reservation

Earth Day Clean-Up at Hammond Pond Reservation

Saturday, 04/22/2023    
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Spend this Earth Day with the Newton Conservators and The Street Chestnut Hill as we help to keep Hammond Pond Reservation a clean and enjoyable [...]
The Stories the Rocks Tell: An Introduction to the Geological History of Newton and Eastern Massachusetts

The Stories the Rocks Tell: An Introduction to the Geological History of Newton and Eastern Massachusetts

Wednesday, 04/19/2023    
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Newton’s rocks are like ancient scrolls for those who can interpret them, telling fascinating stories of continental collisions, high mountains forming, explosive volcanic eruptions, and [...]
Kids- Noticing Cold Spring Park

Kids- Noticing Cold Spring Park

Saturday, 04/08/2023    
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Join Barbara Bates and Sam Corbin, Newton Conservators Board members, to explore how early spring affects Cold Spring Park, we will let what catches participants’ [...]
Aqueduct Hike

Aqueduct Hike

Sunday, 04/02/2023    
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Join a fve-mile hike through woods, meadows, and felds along the Newton sections of the Sudbury and Cochituate aqueducts. This is a steady but not [...]
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