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Field Trips and Events

Conservancy field trips and events in Massachusetts.

With your help, we can continue protecting the lands and waters of Massachusetts. And as we continue the momentum, please join us in exploring the Commonwealth's great places and celebrating successes!


Special Events


  • Climate Change and the Future of Plant Life

    Microsoft New England R&D; Center, Horace Mann Room, 1 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA 02142
    March 26, 2015

    Sponsored by the New England Wild Flower Society How will plants respond to the predicted changes in temperature and precipitation from a warming climate? Five noted botanists and ecologists will present the state of New England's plants; the historical patterns and ... Learn more


  • The Future of Fish: Can We Bring Global
    Fisheries Back From the Brink?

    Calderwood Pavilion, Wimberley Theatre
    June 15, 2015

    Many fish populations globally are in decline, due to changing ecosystems and fishing pressure. Even New England’s famed cod is struggling, bringing this global challenge very close to home. Can fishermen and scientists put aside past tensions and work together... Learn more


  • The Future of the City: Can Green Cities Save the Planet?

    Calderwood Pavilion, Wimberley Theatre
    March 30, 2015

    As the world becomes increasingly urban and populations rise, living in denser cities may be the solution to humanity’s resource challenges. Can urban areas be environmentally sound? Where do the cities of the future exist today? How can Boston become a leader ... Learn more


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