The Charles River Conservancy is dedicated to the stewardship, renewal, and enhancement of the urban parklands along the Charles River.

The Conservancy promotes the active use and vitality of the parklands, increases recreational and cultural opportunities, and works to ensure the beauty and integrity of this extraordinary public resource. GET INVOLVED!


Learn more about CRC giving opportunities: WAYS TO GIVE


June 13, 2016 – This week, Greenough Boulevard will be closed overnight (from 8pm to 5am) to accommodate construction. Read the DCR’s press release here.

June 10, 2016 – Attend the public meeting to discuss MassDOT’s I-90 Interchange Improvement Project in Allston. This is the first meeting where the Boston Redevelopment Authority will showcase their placemaking study of the project. The meeting will be at 6pm on June 27 at the Fiorentino Community Center at 123 Antwerp Street in Allston.

May 6, 2016 – Check out this month’s Scout Cambridge, which features the Lynch Family Skatepark!

April 14, 2016 – Stay in touch with the Conservancy by signing up for our e-newsletter! Read our April e-news here.

March 11, 2016 – To schedule a group volunteer event for this spring, summer, or fall, contact Sasha Vallieres at Please keep in mind these events are typically scheduled one month in advance.





Many of the Conservancy’s events are made possible in part by Watertown Home Depot:


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Thank you, Home Depot Watertown, for providing us with in-kind contributions that help us with our volunteer activities!

The Conservancy is proud to be a Mass Cultural Council grant recipient

The Conservancy is proud to be a Mass Cultural Council grant recipient



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