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Lone Tree Hill Volunteer Day Saturday, April 12

Come work together with fellow Belmont residents for a hands-on cleanup and to perform trail maintenance on Belmont’s Lone Tree Hill Conservation Land Meet on Saturday, April 12, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the green-and-white “Belmont Bikes” tent on Pleasant Street at the Lone Tree Hill Conservation area Coal Road kiosk. Park at the the Pleasant Street end of the Star Market parking lot.

Bring gloves, bug spray, loppers, clippers, and a water bottle. We suggest wearing closed shoes, long sleeves, and long pants to protect against potential sensitivities to plants and insects.

Lone Tree Hill spans close to 100 acres. The site is shaped like a backwards C and is enclosed by Concord Avenue, Pleasant Street, and Mill Street. It was dedicated as town conservation land in October 2011.

Come learn more about this valuable piece of Belmont’s open space while helping maintain the area. Learn more about the trails that run through Lone Tree Hill and the meadows and open space that are home to many species of birds and mammals, and other organisms.

For more information contact the Belmont Citizens Forum at bcfprogramdirector@gmail.com .

Gold Level Sponsors

Gold Level Sponsors


Silver Level Sponsors

Silver Level Sponsors


Nonprofit Sponsors

Belmont Land Trust
Belmont Partners in Play
Friends of Joey’s Park
Judith K. Record Memorial Fund
Land Management Commitee for Lone Tree
Mass Audubon Habitat Sanctuary
New England Mountain Bike Association
Sustainable Belmont

Barrett Tree Service East Inc.The Belmont Citizens Forum thanks Barrett Tree Service for their generous donation of wood chips that will be used for trail maintenance on Lone Tree Hill.


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