A non-profit citizens' group advocating for Newton's open spaces
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.
Octo Barnett One of the largest and most attractive open spaces in Newton is the Webster Conservation Area, located next to Hammond Pond Parkway. The main entrance is at the
A fisherman had a good day along the Charles just below the Watertown Dam A 14-pound carp is caught The carp is released Seagulls hunt for herring and alewives at
A group of ardent notetakers walked through Flowed Meadow in Auburndale with fern guru Don Lubin on June 5, 2010. Ten species of fern – Bracken, Hayscented, Cinnamon, Royal, Sensitive,
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
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
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. These are
Newton Conservators Board of Advisors member Jon Regosin, a biologist with the Massachusetts Natural Heritage and Endangered Species program led a wonderful program at Bare Pond in Webster Woods on
The first invasives pulls of 2010 were held in Cold Spring Park, Auburndale Cove, Sawmill Brook, and Dolan Pond. Conservators Board member Katherine Howard, Conservators Board of Advisors member Eric
by Katherine Howard Garlic mustard, a leading plant invader, is now in your backyard, along your favorite walks, virtually everywhere in Newton! The problem will get worse and worse if
Richard Primack: Climate Change Comes to Thoreau’s Concord Climate change means species loss. And the evidence is here, in Concord, according to Richard Primack, who addressed the Newton Conservators at their
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
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