Southboro Open Land Foundation

people looking over meadow at sunset




Art on the Trails 2022: June 13 to September 11

The Southborough Open Land Foundation, in collaboration with Southborough Artist Catherine Weber, is pleased to present the 2022 Art On the Trails, with the theme: EXPOSURE. The exhibition will be installed from June 13 to September 11, 2022 at Beals Preserve. With the generous support again this year from Southborough Community Fund and the Southborough Cultural Arts Council, all accepted artists will again receive $100 stipends. Link to a map of the installations.


The Southborough Open Land Foundation (SOLF) was founded in 1988 to preserve, protect, and enhance the natural resources in the Town of Southborough. Our goal is to maintain and improve the quality of life for the benefit of present and future generations of Southborough’s residents and visitors.

Since its founding, the Southborough Open Land Foundation has preserved 15 properties totaling 191.6 acres as open space in Southborough. As a private, non-profit land trust, SOLF needs your help to support our activities in land protection, stewardship, and nature education work in Southborough. Please support SOLF today.

Enjoy Our Properties

The Southborough Open Land Foundation (SOLF) invites you to enjoy our properties and trails. These properties are privately owned and maintained by SOLF. We welcome public use from dawn to dusk. Please respect our property and trail use policies: dogs are permitted on Beals Preserve only, but must be on leash, and dog waste must be picked up; no motorized vehicles are permitted anywhere; no bicycles are permitted anywhere. Please be respectful of our neighbors.