“For the Birds” Registration is Full – check back for other events. Thank you for your interest. REGISTRATION REQUIRED – ATTENDANCE LIMITED TO 30 PERSONS WHEN: May 7, 2022 (Saturday) 1:00 – 3:00 P.M. – RAIN OR SHINE WHERE: Brook Farm Historic Site AUDIENCE: Adults & Children – No Pets FEE: Free Join us as … Read more
DATE: FEBRUARY 12, 2022 (SATURDAY) 1:00 P.M. – 3:00 P.M. LOCATION: BROOK FARM HISTORIC SITE- 670 BAKER ST., WEST ROXBURY AUDIENCE: ALL AGES New Brook Farm joins Mass Audubon Teacher/Naturalist Adam Leiterman for a “A Winter Walk on the Wild Side” at this 180-acre reservation managed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Conservation & … Read more
On a beautiful sunny and warm Saturday in October, New Brook Farm and Mass Audubon hosted a guided nature tour of historic Brook Farm and surrounding areas (i.e., trail to Millennium Park). The tour guides were David Blumenthal of NBF and Adam Leiterman, Mass Audubon Teacher Naturalist. Close to 40 people attended the approximately 90 … Read more
In October 2021, DCR began the process of removing invasive weeds (knotweed) from the orphanage and Hive site. The removal included cutting the knotweed stalks at the base. This is just the first step in a many-year process.
Brook Farm in West Roxbury has long inspired writers, photographers, artist, artisans, and musicians. New Brook Farm (a recent recipient of Community Preservation Act Funding from the City of Boston) invites you to safely visit the Brook Farm Historic Site and continue the tradition by submitting your photos, artistic representations, prose, poetry, and musical works … Read more