Cold Spring Park: Problems, Progress and Possibilities.  

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

This program will begin at 7 pm and last approximately an hour. Please register in advance for this webinar since registrations will close at 3 PM on the day of the event. You will receive an email confirmation after you have registered. If after registering,  you cannot attend, please cancel your registration (as indicated on your confirmation) so someone else may use the slot.

Cold Spring Park: Problems, Progress and Possibilities

We will tour some of the fun and unique, natural and unnatural, historical and current, features of Cold Spring Park — a 67-acre green oasis in the heart of Newton. We’ll look at some of the environmental and other challenges facing the park, and how the Friends of Cold Spring Park — with the support of Newton Conservators — is taking them on.

Our presenter is Alan Nogee, the president of The Friends of Cold Spring Park. Alan founded Friends of Cold Spring Park in 2018. He grew up in Newton Highlands, playing in Cold Spring Park in the 1960s, and moved back in 2003. Alan is a mostly-retired career environmentalist, having worked as the Clean Energy Program Director for the Union of Concerned Scientists, and with other non-profits. Alan won an award from the Newton Conservators in 2020 for his work with Friends of Cold Spring Park.

To sign up for this webinar, please register on our Zoom page.

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