This summer, we are excited to announce more virtual and in-person programming through the warmer months by offering new park tours, live music, fitness classes, educational resources and so much more!
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A once-in-lifetime opportunity: the right community services and needed housing in the right location, and an opportunity to restore parkland to Franklin Park, a high growth area in a high-needs community.
Digital, ready-to-print copies of our map of the full Emerald Necklace system, as well as maps of each Emerald Necklace park, are available for viewing and download. Discover your new favorite park!
This year’s Party in the Park is sold out, but you can still support the event by bidding in our Silent Auction or making a donation. All proceeds benefit the revitalization of Charlesgate Park.
With more than 1,100 acres to spread out in and explore, the Emerald Necklace parks remain open at this time. Click through for tips on responsibly visiting the parks and resources to connect with the parks from home.
With over 50 detailed entries on locations and landmarks throughout the Emerald Necklace, our mobile tour guide is the perfect way to explore the parks by yourself, with family or from home.
Last year, we pruned 3,500 trees, expanded our offices and produced dozens of in-person and virtual resources to enjoy the parks any time, anywhere – and you helped! Read all about it in our 2020 Annual Report.
Looking to explore the Emerald Necklace from home? Check out our list of virtual activities, environmental lessons and curated media: perfect for discovering your parks from your yard or indoors.
We received 27 submissions from park lovers ages 2 – 10 with their best Emerald Necklace-inspired art; each entry from our youngest creatives truly captures the wonders of nature. Thanks to all who entered and congratulations to our winners!
Join us on November 19 for an update on the Charlesgate Park Revitalization Project from Emerald Necklace Conservancy, Charlesgate Alliance and architects Marie Law Adams and Dan Adams of Landing Studio.