Latest News and Happenings from Greenbelt
Camp Creighton open pond water and wooded hillside


Announcing $350K Match Challenge Grant for Camp Creighton Conservation Project
Greenbelt has received a very generous $350,000 Match Challenge Grant to support the Camp Creighton Conservation Project! Please DONATE today! Your gift will be matched dollar for dollar and will help us reach our goal to permanently protect the 121-acre Camp Creighton property in Middleton, home to the Boys & Girls Club of Lynn's summer camp. Thanks for your support!
 Camp Creighton Conservation Project →
News and Happenings
Volunteer Mail Crew, Coffin Street Conservation Project, Exploring Nature with Kids and More!
Beautiful view Cox Reservation fields and marsh

  Mail Crew Needs You!
Want to plug in and make a difference at Greenbelt? Our Mail Crew is looking for new volunteers!
Join this long-standing, fun-loving group that meets on Thursdays (once or twice a month) at Cox Reservation. Super easy, coffee and donuts provided, a great way to meet other Greenbelt members.
Green fields and woods at Coffin Street Conservation Area

 Photo: Neil Ungerleider

Support the Coffin Street Conservation Project
We need your help to meet our $75,000 fundraising goal to permanently protect 50 beautiful acres off of Coffin and Main Streets in West Newbury. Conserving this land will provide new trails and critical trail connections, and keep forest intact for cooler air, cleaner water and important habitat protection.
Coffin Street Conservation Area →
covers of Get Outside! Family Guide and a little girl


 Get a Guide and Get Outside!
This summer, explore Greenbelt trails with family and friends with our new Get Outside! Family Guide. Geared towards families with young kids, this colorful nature guide is full of fun facts, pictures, trail maps and activities. Don't leave home without it! English and Spanish versions available.
Family Guide →
Osprey female feeding two chicks on the nest


Greenbelt's VERY popular OspreyCam provides a live look at Osprey 'parents' Annie and Squam and their family on their nest in Gloucester. Here's a great shot of Annie feeding chicks Spar and Tina in the wake of tropical storm Elsa. It won't be long before the little ones fledge - keep watching!
Toddler in pigtails looks down on her new baby sister


Greenbelt Family Grows
Congratulations to Rachel and Ryan Horgan on the birth of Corrine Zola in June! We're so happy to welcome Corrine to the Greenbelt family, pictured here with curious big sister Freya. 
cover of summer 2021 Newsletter: Climate


Summer Newsletter is Online
Don't miss Greenbelt's latest newsletter, now available online. Learn how Greenbelt is addressing the important issues of climate change as they relate to our land conservation work. 
 Climate Newsletter →
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