Conserving Land for Today and Tomorrow
Land conservation efforts in Lowell are an ongoing process. Setting aside land in the City of Lowell is just as important, if not more important, than setting land aside in suburban and rural areas. Lowell is unique with its natural resources, being the Merrimack River, the Concord River, as well as, various brooks, parks, alleys, canals, and pockets of forest.
By setting land aside in Lowell and advocating for the protection of open spaces, we are providing the community with:
|West Meadow||Donahue Park||Totman|
|Concord River Greenway and Mass Audubon Survey of Concord River (PDF)||Coburn Park||Edwards Street Soccer Fields Project|
|Historic Hawk Valley Farm|
"As Scene In Lowell"
Check out our "As Scene In Lowell" page to learn about local wildlife and to find your opportunity to share about your experiences in the wilds of Lowell! Click Here
Property Descriptions and Trail Maps
We have detailed descriptions of each of our properties, as listed above. Please contact us if you would like to review them, (978)934-0030.
Contribute to Properties & Endowment Funds
Your support helps the Trust to complete our mission of "improving the quality of life for the people of Lowell through the creation, conservation, and preservation of parks open spaces, and special places.
The land conservation efforts of the Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust contribute to biological corridors. These are links between critical habitats, such as the Lowell-Dracut-Tyngsboro State Forest and the Merrimack River. Seen in the image above are Trust properties, Totman Conservation Land and West Meadow Conservation Land, and, Hawk Valley Farm, which is a Conservation Restriction the Trust holds in partnership with The Trustees of Reservations.