Latest News and Happenings from Greenbelt
people walking in autumn field, Annual Fund

                                                          Photo: Neil Ungerleider            

Please Support Our Annual Fund!
Greenbelt's Annual Fund provides critical support for the work we do all year long. We depend on your help to protect more land, steward more properties and connect more people to nature. If you've already given to our 2021 Annual Fund, thank you. If not, please consider a generous gift today!
2021 Annual Fund →
News and Happenings
Remembering Kent Wosepka, Fundraising Completed for Conservation Projects and More
Kent Wosepka speaking from Greenbelt podium


 Remembering Kent Wosepka 
The Greenbelt community is deeply saddened by the recent passing of Kent Wosepka. A friend, colleague and member of our board, we will be forever grateful for Kent's wise guidance, enthusiasm and incredible passion for all things Greenbelt. We miss him terribly.
Kent Wosepka→
Kate's dog Bonnie wearing orange vest in the woods

 

A Walk in the Woods
Join President Kate Bowditch (and her dog Bonnie) on a virtual walk at the Farnsworth Reservation in North Andover. This is one of Kate's "60 Walks" to celebrate 60 years of land conservation, and we hope you'll enjoy this woodlands stroll on a lovely fall day.
Virtual Walk with Kate→
Ferns in the woods at Richardson Green property

 Photo: Neil Ungerleider

 Richardson Green Project Fundraising a Success!
Thanks to generous support from Lynnfield residents and others, we are delighted to announce that Greenbelt has successfully raised the final $300,000 needed to permanently protect the 21-acre Richardson Green property in Lynnfield. Learn more about this important project and the partners working together to make it happen.
Richardson Green Conservation Project →
Camp Creighton pond view

  Photo: Neil Ungerleider

Goal Reached for Camp Creighton
Greenbelt and the Boys and Girls Club of Lynn are thrilled to announce the successful completion of the $2.7M fundraising campaign to permanently protect the 121-acre Camp Creighton property in Middleton. Huge thanks to foundations, businesses and individuals who gave generously to this exciting multi-year project.
 Camp Creighton Conservation Project→
Beaver Pond Reservation

 

Beaver Pond Reservation Welcomes You
Recently conserved in Merrimac is Greenbelt's 38-acre Beaver Pond Reservation. With a new parking area and signage installed by our Stewardship crew, this property is ready for visitors! Click below for directions and more information.
Beaver Pond Reservation →
Fence extending into farming field

  Photo:Jerry Monkman @ecophotography.com              

Smarter Giving
Last month, Greenbelt, Essex County Community Foundation and Cape Ann Development Warriors co-hosted a "Smarter Giving" webinar. If you're interested in learning how you can enhance the impact of your charitable giving, we invite you to watch this free and informative webinar.
 Smarter Giving Webinar →
 
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