Lexington Conservation Stewards

The Lexington Conservation Stewards is a group of over 150 volunteers who work closely with the Conservation Division to care for the town's conservation land.  

Through efforts such as building bridges and trails, controlling invasive species, cleaning up waterways, and hosting conservation events, the Stewards continually  improve the quality of Lexington's conservation land. A smaller group, the Steward Directors, meets monthly to coordinate stewardship activities.   

Stewards:
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Join Us!


As a member of the Conservation Stewards, you'll receive our monthly newsletter, notices of stewardship workdays, information on local and regional conservation events, and invitations to trainings, workshops, and other special events.

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To learn more about what the Conservation Stewards are currently up to, check out our Current Conservation Projects page

Have an idea for a Scout project or other stewardship project?


Trail Guide to Lexington
Our newest publication, Trail Guide to Lexington's Conservation Land, is selling fast!

Get yours today for a $10 donation at the main desk at Cary Memorial Library as well as in the Community Development Office in the Lexington Town Offices Building.

Highlights of the guide include: 

  • 60 pages, 8.5" x 5.5" spiral-bound guide  
  • covers 25 of Lexington's conservation areas 
  • color trail maps of nearly 30 miles of trail
  • descriptions and historical information  
  • fits easily in your backpack or even a coat pocket when you head out to explore the town
  • the cover is water-resistant for use in all seasons

Proceeds benefit the Lexington Nature Trust Fund, which helps to care for our 1300 acres of public conservation land.


Stewardship & Nature in Lexington

 

Volunteers work with the Lexington Conservation Stewards on projects like trail repair and invasive species removal to care for our town's conservation land


Questions? Contact the Conservation Stewardship Coordinator by email: Conservation Stewardship Program Coordinator or by phone: 781-698-4505.