A non-profit citizens' group advocating for Newton's open spaces
Newton Conservators & Friends – Your memberships, donations, and volunteer support helped accomplish a great deal this past year… The Year 2020 has certainly not been the year we expected!
Beth Wilkinson, President Message published in the meeting program Welcome to the 2019 Annual Meeting. This is a time to celebrate what we’ve done in the past year and to
Beth Wilkinson Remarks at the Annual Meeting It’s been another busy year for the Newton Conservators. I’d like to thank the 20 members of the board who have led walks,
Beth Wilkinson Welcome to the Annual Meeting! It’s nice to see those who have been open space activists with the Newton Conservators for a long time, new members, students and
Douglas W. Tallamy: “Bringing Nature Home” The keynote speaker was Dr. Douglas Tallamy, professor and Chair of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware, and author of the
Mass Audubon’s Bob Wilber: “The Best Tactic is Hope” Bob Wilber, Director of Land Protection for the Massachusetts Audubon Society, brought a positive message to the Newton Conservators’ annual dinner
President’s Report President Jane Sender delivered this address at the Newton Conservators’ 2010 Annual Dinner. Thank you all very much for coming to our dinner tonight. I would like to
Outgoing President Beth Schroeder delivered this address at the Newton Conservators’ 2009 Annual Dinner. In the past year, the Newton Conservators welcomed two new board members to our group: Willis
William Hagar gave his final address as President of the Newton Conservators at the Conservators’ annual dinner. Bill served with great humor, grew our organization, and was instrumental in the
Welcome to the forty-sixth annual meeting of the Newton Conservators. I want to thank all of you members and friends who are attending tonight’s dinner. Special thanks to State Representative
Welcome to the forty-fifth annual meeting of the Newton Conservators! I want to thank all of you members and friends who are attending tonight’s dinner. Special thanks to Aldermen Vern
by Eric Reenstierna I have been “on the job” as President of the Newton Conservators for a full year now. I want to say how honored I am to be in
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