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Newton Becoming More Dog Friendly

Ted Kuklinski
Newton has approximately 3,500 licensed dogs (and perhaps at least twice as many currently unlicensed), making dog owners one of the largest user groups of Newton’s green spaces.

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Essay

The Green Team

Alison Leary
As a staff person with Green Decade, the co-chair of the League of Women Voters’ Environmental Committee, and a Member of the Board of Directors of The Newton Conservators,

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Advice About Invasive Plants

Did you know that you may have invasive plants in your garden? There are quite a few here in New England. They are dangerous because they spread into natural areas and push out the diverse native plants that were originally there.

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Trees and Wires: Bad Mix

A tree pruning crew from Nstar, one of the utilities that own the telephone and electric wires in our streets, came to Auburndale in early August 2010 to clear branches.

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Annual Meeting

2010 Conservators Annual Dinner Meeting

Newton Mayor Setti Warren:
“Help Government Work”
 
Mayor Setti Warren gave the keynote address at the 2010 Newton Conservators’ Annual Dinner Meeting. He stressed the importance of conservation and of citizen involvement in local organizations like the Conservators,

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Artist Page

Cindy Ryan

Artist Statement
This series of oil paintings by Cindy Ryan of Newton Highlands shows dogs and their owners, socializing in Cold Spring Park on a late winter afternoon.

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