In this issue:
- Message from President Ron Gemma
- From Eyesores to Antiques!
- Why So Many Acorns (last fall)?
- History of the Cider Mill Conservation Land
- The Trails at Lakeside Meadows
- Upcoming Guided Walks
- Tuesday Morning Hikes and Trail Maintenance
In this issue:
Earth Day Festival in Lowell – April 23rd
This free celebration features environmentally conscious organizations and artists, children’s activities, demonstrations, hands-on workshops, greenhouse tours, and local entertainment. It is a wonderful chance to learn about community gardening and what environmentally conscious organizations are accomplishing.
This family event is hosted by the Community Gardens Greenhouse and sponsored by the Lowell National Historical Park. It is held on Saturday, April 23, rain or shine! Food and drinks are available.
The event also kicks-off the annual volunteer season for the Community Gardens Greenhouse and Lowell National Historical Park. You’ll be able to learn about the season’s new projects and see what’s growing in the greenhouse!
Westford Town Wide Clean Up Day – April 30th
Meet at Roudenbush Community Center at 8:00 a.m. to register, get a free tee shirt and your location assignment. Return to Roudenbush at noon for free BBQ lunch!
To register your group, email email@example.com
Concord Musketaquid Arts & Environment, Celebrating the Confluence of Art and Nature – Earth Day Celebration – April 30th from 9:30-2:00pm
The Westford Stream Team is having an open house this Saturday, April 16th from 2:30 – 4:00pm in the Mary Atwood meeting Room, J.V. Fletcher Library. Stop by to learn more about the town and the trust’s water quality monitoring program, find out about last year’s results, and get some hands on experience with our sampling equipment.
Become a Citizen Scientist! Join us to learn more about how you can volunteer to monitor water quality in our streams for the 2016 season!
Note: This meeting has already taken place.
When: Thursday, November 5, 2015 at 7pm
Where: Parish Center for the Arts
Rick Roth, a conservationist and teacher, runs The Creature Teachers, a family owned environmental and animal education company. His goal is to educate the public about the wonders and diversity of the animals that share our planet. Continue reading Annual Meeting on November 5, 2015
The site you are seeing here is a brand new WCT website. The new website runs on a content management system that will make it easier and more efficient to publish updated content, event information and newsletter archives. It also features a new database of information about Westford conservation lands, making the new site much easier to manage and ensuring that you see the same information no matter how you choose to view the conservation land content.
Our main goals with the new website were:
We hope you find the new site useful and easy to use. If you encounter any problems, have questions or think something else should be here that isn’t yet, please let us know with the contact form by choosing “website” from the dropdown list of topics.