Welcome to the Judy Record Conservation Fund

Meadow at Belmont Open Space

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The Judy Record Conservation Fund was established in 2001 for the protection, rehabilitation, maintenance and acquisition of open space in Belmont and the neighboring communities of Lexington, Cambridge, Waltham, Watertown and Arlington.  

We raise private dollars to support publicly accessible conservation lands, through our grant awards. We seek projects with long-lasting benefits for public enjoyment of open space that also protect the ecological integrity of the properties.


The Fund was established in 2001 in honor of Judy Record’s contributions to land conservation. Learn More >

Stone wall construction 2011 © Dix Campbell
Stone wall construction in 2011 © Dix Campbell

The Fund seeks to protect, maintain, and improve open space for public enjoyment by bringing private dollars to public assets. Learn More >


We award grants to public and private groups for land conservation work in Belmont and the neighboring communities of Lexington, Arlington, Watertown, Waltham, and Cambridge. Read More >