Protecting natural areas and farmland around
the Sudbury, Assabet, and Concord Rivers
Three Cheers to L-S Students!
On May 31, seniors from Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School spent their Senior Day of Service working on SVT properties.
Trails and Programs
In this short video, Neela de Zoysa, a botanist and volunteer program leader, invites you to explore SVT trails and take part in an SVT program.
Pollinator Garden Map
As part of the Bumble Bee Project, SVT and MCA have created an interactive map of local pollinator gardens. Find out how to add your garden to the map!
Enjoy the Storybook Trail
Spring is a great time to visit the Storybook Trail at Wolbach Farm. Adults and children can enjoy a pleasant walk along the 3/4-mile trail while reading Dear Earth…From Your Friends in Room Five.
Check out this short video and learn more about the trail.
Looking for a quick guide to the ideal trail for you and your family? Check out these recommendations from the SVT staff. We have short walks, hilly walks, walks with water views, and more.
Our webinars cover wildlife, plants, gardening, photography . . . even ways to fight climate change. If you missed our live presentations, you're not out of luck! You can enjoy the recordings of our programs at your own convenience.
In mid-April, Chris Reardon joined the SVT staff as our Seasonal Stewardship Field Assistant. A resident of Natick, Chris recently graduated from...
During an April 26 hybrid session, SVT's Kristin O'Brien testified via Zoom before the Joint Committee on Environmental and Natural Resources of the...
At their May 1, 2023, Town Meeting, Acton voters overwhelmingly approved the use of Community Preservation Act (CPA) funds to purchase a conservation...
Featured Nature Sightings
Contributed by SVT members and friends, Nature Sightings images show the many species of wildlife that make their homes in the SVT region.
Watch how our 2900+ Members and 200+ Volunteers Create Impact
- Over 5,000 acres of fields, forests, and farms protected
- Covering 36 communities by the Sudbury, Assabet, and Concord Rivers
- More than 65 miles of hiking trails maintained