Southwest Corridor Park Conservancy
Along the SWC
“To restore and enrich for current and future generations, the Southwest
Corridor Park in partnership with the public, adjacent communities, businesses
and educational and cultural institutions.”
Gardening in the Southwest Corridor Park
Parkland Management Advisory Committee (PMAC)
The next PMAC meeting will be Wednesday, April 10th. (This is the 2nd Wednesday of the month, rather than the usual 1st Wednesday). All park users, volunteers and park neighbors are welcome to attend PMAC meetings. Read more at http://swcpc.org/pmac.htm.
April 2013 Volunteer Days. Join us for the first spring volunteer days. We have volunteer groups coming on Sunday, April 7th, 10 am to noon and Saturday, April 27th 10 am to noon. meet at park side of Mass Ave T. RSVP please. Trees will be planted! Come for part of the time or the whole morning. If you come later, just look around for small groups engaged in park projects and you will be welcome to join in.
Casey Arborway Project. Visit http://www.massdot.state.ma.us/caseyarborway to learn about the Casey Arborway Project (about the Casey Overpass) and learn about meetings about the projects.
NPR Heart of the City The Southwest Corridor Park is featured in NPR's new "Heart of the City" feature. http://www.npr.org/2012/07/24/157118179/we-got-the-beat-the-heart-of-your-city
Take a Self-Guided Walking Tour of the South End. The New England Landscape and Design and History Association's South End Self-Guided Walking Tour, which includes a portion of Southwest Corridor Park, is online at http://www.neldha.org/walking-tours.
Festival Garden and JP Gardening Opportunities
Gardening Links: Interested in finding out about upcoming volunteer days? Becoming a garden steward? Applying for a community garden plot? Go to the Gardening page for more information.
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