Who’s In Charge Around Here?

The 42 properties described on this website are owned, managed, and supported by many different government, conservation, and advocacy organizations.  A new page on the website provides a quick summary

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Newton Conservators Open Space Awards Presentation

Newton Conservators celebrates its 60th Anniversary of advocating for open space in Newton this year.  Traditionally, the organization  presented awards at an annual dinner meeting in May but Covid upended

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Newton Conservators Annual Meeting to be held Virtually – Oct 27 at 7 PM

Please join us the Newton Conservators for our 60th Anniversary Annual Meeting on Wednesday, October 27, 2021 to be held virtually on Zoom from 7 PM to 8:30 PM.   Unfortunately,

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Policies Adopted by the Board of Directors

Conflict of Interest Conservation Restriction Monitoring Investments Land Selection Criteria Record Retention Whistle Blower Under 18 Protection Volunteers

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Protect Avery Woods

Avery Woods is a six-acre piece of open space between Day Middle School and Albemarle Field. The land, together with 2.5 acres now used for the middle school, was sold by

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President’s Report 2020

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!

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Help Us Protect Newton’s Open Spaces

The Conservators relies on volunteers to do all our work to protect, enhance, and expand Newton’s parks and conservation areas.  We need your help! We are now looking for one

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Trail Guide Revision: Your Suggestions Are Wanted

The Conservators Walking Trails guide was last revised in 2013.  Since then, several major changes have occurred, including the purchase of Webster Woods and the creation of the Upper Falls

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Please Renew Your Conservators Membership

Our annual membership renewal letter was mailed to members and friends in December. The letter, from Conservators President Ted Kuklinski, summarizes our accomplishments over the past year. We would be

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