Latest News and Happenings from Greenbelt
60th Celebration Alison Falk, Sen. Tarr, Kate Bowditch

                    Board Chair Alison Falk, Senator Bruce Tarr and President Kate Bowditch
                                                                                              (Photo: Neil Ungerleider)                                      

 60 Years of Land Conservation!
Under a beautiful October sky, Greenbelt members, volunteers, partners and friends gathered at Cox Reservation last weekend to celebrate 60 years of local land conservation. Since our founding in 1961, Greenbelt has conserved more than 18,400 acres throughout Essex County thanks to incredible support from you, our Greenbelt community. Many thanks for your ongoing commitment to our work, and to all who joined us to commemorate this important milestone! (Photos: Neil Ungerleider)
 60th Celebration Photo Gallery →
News and Happenings
Annual Fund, Strategic Plan and More!
2021 Annual Fund- Bailey Reservation StoryWalk

 2021 Annual Fund
Greenbelt's Annual Fund provides critical support for the work that we do. Please consider a generous gift today to help us conserve more land, steward our properties and offer events and programs all year long. Thank you! 
Annual Giving→
cover of 2022-2027 Strategic Plan with autumn background


Protecting Land, Connecting People
Greenbelt's new strategic plan charts the course to increase our reach and impact across Essex County over the next five years. We're excited to share this plan with you, and look forward to working together to achieve our goals.   
Strategic Plan 2022-2027 →
Group of children exploring outdoors


 Membership Matters!
At Greenbelt, we're thrilled to see people of all ages Get Outside and enjoy our properties. If you're a frequent visitor and like what we do, please become a Member! Members are an important part of our Greenbelt community - we'd love to welcome you. 
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group of gravel grind bikers meet at Vineyard Hill


Bike Meet-Up
 Greenbelt's first informal, gravel bike meet-up was a huge success! Cyclists set off from Vineyard Hill Reservation to ride more than 20 miles of trails and roads through hundreds of acres of conserved land. Thank you to Dan Tieger and Noah Leavitt for mapping the route and leading the ride! Stay tuned for more rides like these.
Vineyard Hill Reservation→
group at stone tower in Lynn Woods


Lynn Woods Walk
A hearty crew of hikers enjoyed a rigorous walk at the incredible Lynn Woods Reservation earlier this month. Shout out to Park Ranger Dan Small, who led a fabulous guided hike, and our Greenbelt GOATs, a special volunteer crew that keeps us safe and accounted for on expeditions like this.
Fall view of Camp Creighton Pond, Middleton

                                   Photo: Neil Ungerleider

A Win-Win for Kids and Conservation
We need your help to permanently  protect the 121-acre Camp Creighton property in Middleton! Owned by the Boys and Girls Club of Lynn, this beautiful, resource-rich property is home to the Club's summer camp for children from Lynn and Middleton. Thank you. 
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