Conservation Projects at Boston Nature Center
Boston Nature Center is actively involved with a variety of projects that relate to fighting climate change, providing healthy food, and creating equitable access to nature.
Willow Tree Youth Leaders Internship Program
The Willow Tree Youth Leaders Program at the Boston Nature Center is an internship program designed to introduce Boston youth to nature, encourage interest in the environment and science, and create future stewards. Learn more about the internship program
Bringing Healthy Food to the Community
Boston Nature is dedicated to helping the community grow and find healthy produce. A community garden allows community members to grow their own veggies. Boston Nature Center is partnering with Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary to bring freshly grown produce to BNC each week as part of our Farmers Market.
In addition, we are home to Boston Food Forest Coalition's first flagship food forest demonstration site, which reflects the cultural preferences of the surrounding community, offers access to healthy food for those who need it most, and serves as an educational model. Learn more about bringing health food to the community
Boston Nature is currently net-zero, meaning we produce more energy than we consume. Learn how we accomplished this