A non-profit citizens' group advocating for Newton's open spaces
In 2004, Carolyn Fine Friedman sold her house in Newtonville and graciously turned over to the Newton Conservators a parcel which lay behind it. This was done with the agreement
The 107th annual Christmas Bird Count sponsored by the National Audubon Society and the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology was held on December 17th. The Christmas Bird Count is a long-standing
This year, Newton passed the five-year mark in its experience with the Community Preservation Act. The CPA was adopted by the voters in 2001. A lot has been accomplished since
Welcome to the forty-fifth annual meeting of the Newton Conservators! I want to thank all of you members and friends who are attending tonight’s dinner. Special thanks to Aldermen Vern
Smith, Wolff Tell Conservators: Greenway Healing City Twenty five years is a long time to pursue a vision. The vision for the Rose Kennedy Greenway has always been to replace
The Unusual Rock… is a Snapping Turtle Close-up of its head More information on snapping turtles The turtle was spotted in the pond at Houghton Garden
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As part of our planning for the aqueducts in Newton, we cannot omit Echo Bridge. This distinctive viaduct carried water for decades across the Charles River in Newton Upper Falls
Conservators Seek to Acquire Angino Farm March 2004 When it rains, it pours-and fortunately, the availability of Community Preservation funds makes the Newton Conservators, working in close coordination with city
Awtrey Dell is a hollow that occupies several acres in Newton Corner. The Hyde Brook starts there at a spring and heads downstream through the hollow. A few hundred years
The Kesseler Woods Story An Inside Look at How this Minor Miracle Came to Pass September 2003 Remarkably, the City of Newton has prevailed in its effort to acquire the
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