Southboro Open Land Foundation

people looking over meadow at sunset

Annual SOLF Appeal underway

Published on December 18, 2022 by Eileen Samberg

Open space, with fields and woods, streams, and wetlands, greatly enhances our quality of life here in Southborough, providing diverse habitat and quiet woodland trails. As Fall arrives, the Southborough Open Land Foundation (SOLF) Board is excited to share with you some of our accomplishments from this past year.

  • Working with the Open Space Preservation Commission to establish a native plant pollinator garden at Beals Preserve
  • Sponsoring the 6th Annual Art on the Trails at Beals Preserve
  • Creating a small parking area in the Main Street Field at Beals Preserve for
    safer access to the property
  • Working with volunteers to clear invasive plants and improve trails at Beals
    Preserve, Bigelow Wildlife Refuge, and Clark Grove
  • Running a successful challenge to help fund the newly created Linda Hubley
    Memorial Town Scholarship
  • Holding our annual meeting with well-known naturalist Peter Alden as the
    featured speaker

Your support is essential to helping us keep up this positive momentum. Now that we are again able to meet in person, we are eager to resume offering some nature-based programs. Please consider a tax-deductible contribution to support our efforts that help make Southborough such an attractive and unique community.

SOLF is a private, non-profit 501 (c)(3) land trust that serves the citizens of Southborough. Since our founding in 1988, we have preserved nearly 200 acres of land. SOLF does not receive any tax-based support from the town or the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

The Trustees of SOLF

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