UPCOMING MEETINGS AND VOLUNTEER DAYS
Join Greenbelt and the Friends of North Andover Trails at the Leonhard Farm in North Andover to help construct a new hiking trail through a wooded area that was protected in 2016 by a conservation restriction granted to Greenbelt by the Leonhard family.
Join FONAT volunteers for boardwalk construction day. We'll be building a boardwalk on the Bay Circuit Trail near the Middleton border within Boxford State Forest. Details to be announced.
Come help us clear the Scout Trail at Mazurenko Farm Conservation Area.
Come help us clear the Locust Trail at Mazurenko Farm Conservation Area.
Come help us clear the Shawsheen River Trail.
For our June hike, we'll explore North Andover's Salem Pond. Far from the beaten path, Salem Pond is situated deep in Harold Parker State Forest, accessible only on foot. One of the forest's 9 man-made ponds, it was constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corp in the 1930s.
Thanks to an ambitious Eagle Scout project, the long-sought-after trail linking Foxwood Dr and the Woodchuck Hill trail system is here. Join us to explore Woodchuck Hill and this wonderful new trail connection.
Come explore a small portion of Harold Parker State Forest. Harold Parker is a hidden gem, with a wide variety of trails accessible for hiking and biking. We will walk past beaver dams and ponds, traveling on a well-maintained forest trail, making our way first to the old soapstone quarry site and finally to the historic Jenkins Mill site.
Join FONAT and Essex County Greenbelt to check out North Andover's newest trail, a wooded loop to be created through the new Leonhard Farm conservation restriction along the border with Boxford.
Come hike at Ward Reservation with FONAT. The hike will last about 2.5 hours and promises Boston skyline views from Boston Hill and Holt Hill.
Come explore the trails at Mazurenko Farm with FONAT. The hike should last about 2 hours and promises beautiful scenery as we ascend Barker Hill.
Come explore this little known trail system along the Bay Circuit Trail, through town conservation land and state forest behind the Cyr Recycling Center. The hike should last about 2 hours.