A non-profit citizens' group advocating for Newton's open spaces
No doubt that Newton is a wonderful place for people to live. But as a heavily built up suburb, it is limited to how much suitable habitat is available for
As evenings become cooler in late August and early September, the southward migration of the Common Nighthawk begins. It’s a process you can miss entirely unless you know a bit
A Conservation Partnership The rare Woodcock Meadow in Nahanton Park is threatened by the growth of invasives and woody vegetation. The Friends of Nahanton Park and the Newton Conservators have
Nahanton Park is one of Newton’s most beautiful open spaces. Bounded by the Charles River and Nahanton and Winchester Streets, its 55 acres contain a variety of habitats: the riverfront
Last year the Conservators, along with the Friends of Nahanton Park and the City of Newton Parks & Recreation Department, formed a joint committee and hired Massachusetts Audubon’s Ecological Extension
Nahanton Park is protected, among other ways, by a provision of the Massachusetts State Constitution known as “Article 97.” This Article requires that land acquired by a municipality as open
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