Calendar of Events

Join the Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust for upcoming events!  For more information or to RSVP for any event, Contact Us, or call (978)934-0030 x3.

Events are made possible through membership support. Please consider making a donation to the Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust and become a member today. With your help we'll continue to deliver the types of programs and projects that continue to protect and shape our landscape, provide recreational activities, and reach new stewards of the places we love today. 

Environmental Educator Position

Position Available  - Environmental Educator         Posted: September 3, 2014

The position of Environmental Educator will provide programming, logisitics, and support for our after-school program, working with elementary to high school aged youth at several locations in Lowell.  The Environmental Educator will work under the guidance of both the Stewardship & Education Manager and the Executive Director. Click 'Read More' to learn more about the position or click here for a pdf.


Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust Earns National Recognition

Accreditation Awarded by the Land Trust Accreditation Commission

 The Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust was awarded accreditation this August. Accredited land trusts are authorized to display a seal (at left) indicating to the public that they meet national standards for excellence, uphold the public trust and ensure that conservation efforts are permanent. The seal is a mark of distinction in land conservation.

“The accreditation seal is a testament to our organization’s commitment to conservation in Lowell for generations to come. Having met the standards of accreditation signifies that our organization upholds a level of excellence in community conservation, organizational management, and leadership,” said Jane Calvin, Executive Director.  Read the full press release here.

Concord River Greenway

Next Phase of Greenway Construction

              The City of Lowell has received $1,350,000 in PARC and Gateway grant funds to enable completion of the Concord River Greenway Park.  A new bridge will be placed at the end of the Lawrence Street section, crossing over the Concord River to Centennial Island.  From there this multi-use recreational trail will travel on the Lawrence Street side of the Concord River down to Jollene Dubner Park at Rogers Street, then cross the river and travel down the eastern bank of the river to Andover/Church Street.  Wopo Holup’s stone carvings and three additional multi-lingual informational signs are ready to be installed.  Click here for a map of the latest section of the Greenway! Construction will be complete by October.

As Scene In Lowell

Welcome to the Trust's "As Scene In Lowell" page where you, the members and friends of the Trust, have the opportunity to share your favorite images of local wildlife scenes.  The natural resources of Lowell, Massachusetts, such as parks, rivers, canals, brooks, and forests provide various habitats for a multitude of wildlife species.  The images and descriptions here are categorized by neighborhoods.  (Image to the left is a red fox at Lowell Cemetery, September 2011, by LP&CT's Gwen Kozlowski.)

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