A non-profit citizens' group advocating for Newton's open spaces
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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!
The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) is proposing to build a multi-use (bicycle and pedestrian) trail system to run from the Pony Truss Trail south to Quinobequin Road,
In September 2020, work was completed to reconstruct the Pony Truss Trail along the Charles River opposite Riverside Park.
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
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
Common name: Pennsylvania sedge
Credit: Missouri Botanical Garden
Common name: Bird’s foot or common violet
Common name: Goatsbeard
Common name: Running foam flower
Common name: Marsh marigold
Common name: Woodland phlox
Common name: Common alum-root
Common name: Axillary goldenrood
Common name: Ohio spiderwort
Common name: Cardinal flower
Common name: Zigzag goldenrod
Common name: Wild strawberry
Common name: Blue vervain
Common name: Heartleaf alexander
Common name: Wild bergamot
Common name: Cutleaf coneflower
Common name: White turtlehead
Common name: Yellow wild indigo
Common name: Anise hyssop
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