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What makes trees grow big, and how do you tell them apart?
The Conservancy is teaching 2nd and 3rd grade students to answer these and other big questions about our natural world on field trips in the Emerald Necklace Parks!
The Canopy Classroom Outdoor Education Program welcomes students in spring and fall for environmental education consistent with Boston Public School science curriculum standards as well as the state standards.
More than 123 students have already participated in a Canopy Classroom field trip. Learn more
A community has come together to revitalize an important piece of the Back Bay Fens. Learn how Charlesgate Alliance is making a difference for Charlesgate.
The Emerald Necklace is said to be the heart of the Fenway neighborhood, but it is also home to the meandering Muddy River, which serves a practical and vital role to the neighborhood as well as an aesthetic role.
Thank you, Boston voters, for supporting and passing the Community Preservation Act! Our parks will benefit from this important legislation that will create a dedicated funding stream for parks, affordable housing and historic preservation.
We're pretty sure this is ice harvesting on Jamaica Pond- what do you think? twitter.com/ArchivesBoston…