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Tree Maintenance along the Parkways begins February 1st
Read the news release

Green Team Hiring for Summer 2016! 
Crew Leader | Assistant Crew Leader
Program Assistant


wesselstom_opSPEAK OUT
Wed, February 24
6:00 pm Lecture
7:00 pm Reception
“Reading the Forested Landscape” with author and ecologist Tom Wessels
At the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, 138 Tremont St. Learn more


Sale of Art to benefit the Conservancy
Learn more

Muddy River Restoration Project
Dec 2015 90-day look ahead report



Go Emerald for Valentine’s Day!


For a $25 donation your loved one will receive a special Valentine’s Day card with your personalized message. An honorary donation to the Emerald Necklace Conservancy is the perfect gift for park users, open space advocates, and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Make your gift today!





Party in the Park 2016


party in the park 201613th Anniversary
May 11, 2016, 11:00am
Pinebank Promontory

Join us on May 11th as we welcome spring back to the parks with an elegant lunch in a beautiful tent at Pinebank Promontory overlooking Jamaica Pond to raise funds for trees in the Emerald Necklace. Plans are underway for a memorable day. Learn more.

Buy Tickets for Night at Symphony

Olmsted Tree Society


Mayor Walsh with Diane Patrick and Newk Stillwell of Ropes & Gray at Party in the Park 2015

Ropes & Gray’s Boston Office Announces Partnership with the Emerald Necklace Conservancy. The partners of Ropes & Gray’s Boston office will celebrate the firm’s 150th anniversary by partnering with the Emerald Necklace Conservancy to plant 150 red oak trees throughout the Emerald Necklace park system, improving some of Boston’s most historic public green spaces. The gift matches a grant provided by the office of Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, announced today, to improve and maintain the city’s iconic parks, which are enjoyed by more than a million residents and visitors each year. Read press release

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