A Citywide Network of People who Champion Urban Greenspace
The network seeks to elevate the status of parks in the public dialogue, especially among public officials. We are park-connected groups and individuals who care about a healthy and vibrant city.
Boston’s parks and open spaces enrich our lives and make our neighborhoods liveable. These places are our parks, schoolyards, athletic fields, streets, sidewalks, bikeways, community gardens, beaches, greenways, urban wilds, and reservations.
We represent the myriad of organizations that use Boston's parks and open spaces.
If you are an advocate for open space in Boston, we invite you to join our Google Group to communicate with fellow advocates. Click here to subscribe.
Find out about more opportunities...Visit our Get Involved page.
Adam Rogoff, Roslindale Wants To Play
Candice Gartley, All Dorchester Sports & Leadership
Claire Corcoran, Friends of Hayes Park
Janna Cohen-Rosenthal, Franklin Park Coalition
Karen Mauney-Brodek, Emerald Necklace Conservancy
Liz Vizza, Friends of the Public Garden
Marie Fukuda, Friends of Symphony Park
Michelle Moon, Fairmount Greenway
Valerie Burns, Formerly Boston Natural Areas Network