Latest News and Happenings from Greenbelt
Green Meadows Farm & Vineyard Hill

 

Conserving Green Meadows Farm & Vineyard Hill - We Need Your Support Today
Greenbelt is working to conserve Green Meadows Farm & Vineyard Hill in Hamilton and Topsfield. A captivating landscape on Asbury Street, these 148 incredible acres represent some of the most resource-rich, scenic and important agricultural land in Essex County. We need your help TODAY to protect this land by October 31st. 
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News and Happenings
Annual Fund, Brown Spring Farm Conserved! New trail work at Whittier Hill and so much more!
Castle Neck River Reservation

 

Your Gift : Our Impact
The land Greenbelt conserves today is protected forever, and we can't do it without you. Your gift to the Annual Fund is critical to the work that we do. Learn how your gift will make a difference.   
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Whittier Hill, Eagle Scout, stewardship

 

Scouts Improve Trails at Whittier Hill
Greenbelt's Assistant Director of Land Stewardship Mike Carbone worked with Amesbury Eagle Scout Matt Freeman to enhance the trails at Whittier Hill. We're grateful for the hard work of Matt and Troop 4, who completed the trail work in time for our Members' hike last weekend. THANK YOU! 
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Finding Farmland, tractor, farming

 

Finding Farmland Workshop 
On December 3rd Greenbelt will host a workshop led by the National Young Farmers Coalition for young farmers who are looking for farmland. The workshop and dinner are FREE, and will be held at the Topsfield Fairgrounds.   
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Glennie Woodlot, Glennie milk bottle

 

Help us reach our goal to conserve Glennie Woodlot in North Andover!
We need your help today to conserve Glennie Woodlot, the last piece of the former Glennie Dairy land. If protected, this parcel will provide new and much-needed public access to miles of trails on town-owned conservation land. 
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Brown Spring Farm, farmhouse

 

Thank You for Supporting Brown Spring Farm!
We are thrilled to announce that we have reached our fundraising goal to permanently protect West Newbury's Brown Spring Farm! THANK YOU to West Newbury residents and many other donors who made this campaign a success!
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Climate mapping exhibit in Cox Reservation barn

 

Climate Change Mapping and Research Exhibit
On October 6, Salem State University and Greenbelt welcomed guests to an exhibit on the impacts of sea level rise on our coastal communities. The exhibit is free and open at Cox Reservation through October 18th. 
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