We’re looking ahead to the next five years and want your input. We ask you, our members, partners, colleagues, and supporters to share your thoughts and ideas about the Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust and the role we play in the community..
Winter Nature Scavenger Hunt
Enjoy the fresh air and new sights as you search Hawk Valley Farm high and low…
Learn how to create delicious sugaring products in your own backyard…
Eco-Film: Citizen Jane – Battle for the City
Arguably no one did more to shape our understanding of the modern American city…
Self- Guided Winter Birding at Hawk Valley Farm
Despite the cold, winter can be an amazing time to go birding…
Eco-Film: A Plastic Ocean
Craig Leeson’s search for the elusive blue whale turns into something much bigger..
Fish Monitoring Volunteers Needed
During the spring of 2018, we’re expecting a large run of river herring! We need you to help us count the fish, both…
Eco-Film : WASTED: The Story of Food Waste
WASTED! exposes food waste and shows us how each of us can make small changes – all of them delicious – to make the most of every kind of food…
Eco-Film: Before the Flood
With unprecedented access to thought leaders around the world, DiCaprio searches for hope in a rising tide of catastrophic news…
Mark your calendars for the last Tuesday of the month, January – June! Our Eco-Film Series is right around the corner! We are…
Did you know that when the Battle of Bunker Hill happened, that Lowell did not exist?
This organization and the work that you do is such a gift for our city and region as it enables everyone, no matter…
- Kay Doyle, member (September, 2014)
Lives changed: Be inspired by these teens speaking about the impact of community conservation on their lives.
Experience a unique adventure right in your backyard! Award-winning rafting through three sets of rapids (Class III & IV) and historic locks.
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