Latest News and Happenings from Greenbelt
Indian Hill Conservation Area

 

What does it take to conserve land?
It takes Greenbelt's dedicated team and your annual fund support! Learn about our work - Conservation, Engagement, Stewardship - and about how you can help. 
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News and Happenings
Improved Access at Seine Field, Amesbury Land Conserved, Important Projects, Winter Solstice Walk
Seine Field, Gloucester

 

New trail work at Seine Field 
Seine Field Reservation in Gloucester is a lovely spot to walk, pick blueberries and bird watch. This fall, a wide and well-graded trail loop was created to improve access for visitors with a range of mobilities. And we're thrilled that Seine Field is a stop on the Cape Ann Transit Authority route!   
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Van Bokkelen Conservation Restriction

 

Generous Gift of a Conservation Restriction in Amesbury
Greenbelt was honored and delighted to receive a generous gift of a Conservation Restriction (CR) in Amesbury from Jocelyn Van Bokkelen. This CR not only protects intact woodlands along the Powwow River, but it also conserves the part of Heron Pond Farm that is located in Amesbury. 
Van Bokkelen CR →
GOATs

 

GOAT Appreciation! 
On a gorgeous fall day we celebrated our Greenbelt Outdoor Adventure Team (GOAT) with a special hike and lunch. Members of this energetic crew regularly volunteer their time and expertise to make Greenbelt events the best that they can be. Does this sound like a community you'd like to join?
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Glennie Woodlot

 

Help us conserve Glennie Woodlot
Glennie Woodlot is the last piece of the former Glennie Dairy land in North Andover. We seek your help to raise the last $16,000 needed to protect this classic New England woodlot that will become a new entrance to miles of trails on adjacent conservation land. 
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Battis Road, Merrimac

 

Expanding Merrimac's Open Space
Building on our recent success conserving the Beaver Pond Reservation in Merrimac, Greenbelt is working to protect more land that will expand public access to Beaver Pond Reservation and Merrimac Town Forest. Please give generously to help us conserve this beautiful Battis Road property.
Battis Road, Merrimac →
Sagamore Hill

 

Winter Solstice Walk!
Join Greenbelt's President Kate Bowditch to watch the winter solstice sunset from the highest point of the John J. Donovan Reservation in Hamilton. We'll meet in the parking area at 3:00 pm on December 21st, then walk to the top of Sagamore Hill to take in stunning views and the sunset on the shortest day of the year.  
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