Calendar of Events

Also check out the Westborough Walks Meetup group for hikes and activities guided by volunteers from WCLT.

April 21, 2018
Earth Day Event
6:30 AM,
9:30 AM
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Earth Day Town-Wide Cleanup with Online Signup and Picnic Lunch!

Join the annual town-wide litter clean-up sponsored by WCLT, and enjoy an Earth Day picnic lunch afterwards!

Early birds meet at 6:30 am at West Meadow Plaza or Bellows Road.

Families are invited at 9:30 am to check in at the Bay State Commons Green.

Back this year: Optional online signup! Visit to choose your cleanup location in advance and avoid the lines. (Online signup is not required)

Come on your own, or rally your family, co-workers, or neighbors and form a team to beautify our town!

Then at noon, volunteers will be treated to pizza, healthy side dishes, beverages, and dessert at the Bay State Commons Green gazebo.

For the cleanup, wear gloves, long pants, long sleeves, and sturdy shoes. Trash bags, some rubber gloves provided.

WCLT thanks our donors: Arturo's Ristorante, Mugford's Flower Shoppe, Roche Bros. Supermarkets, Route 9 Dunkin' Donuts, Tavolino Italian Gourmet, and both Westborough Stop & Shop stores.


May 20, 2018
1:30 - 3:30 PM

Springtime Walk at Gilmore Pond and Libbey/Wile Forest

Join our new Stewardship Chair, Keith Martin, in a springtime ramble through WCLT’s Libbey/Wile Forest, starting at lovely Gilmore Pond.

Keith will give us some insights into how WCLT’s trails are created and maintained, and how WCLT land is managed for nature preservation and for the enjoyment of all. Celebrate the beauty of spring while learning a bit about this area’s past, present, and future!

This woodland walk will be about 3 miles on uneven terrain with some small hills. No pre-registration required.

Meet at the Gilmore Pond trail entrance. GPS address: 19 Quick Farm Road, Westborough.
Trail Maps:


June 18, 2018
7:00 - 9:00 PM
St. Luke’s Parish Hall

Speaker: Mark Richardson on “Earth-Friendly Gardening”, WCLT Annual Meeting

How can you help the environment while creating beautiful gardens and landscapes in your own yard? Learn what to plant, and what not to plant, in order to save energy, use less water, help pollinators, and live sustainably in many other ways.

Speaker Mark Richardson oversees the New England Wild Flower Society’s botanic garden, Garden in the Woods, and its native plant nursery operation, Nasami Farm. He studied ornamental horticulture at University of Rhode Island while helping to run an ornamental plant nursery before finding his true passion in public horticulture. He led undergraduate programs at Longwood Gardens, where he overhauled the curriculum of the Professional Gardener Program, and oversaw adult education at Brookside Gardens. He holds a master’s degree from the University of Delaware’s Longwood Graduate Program.

Program will run from 7-8 pm; reception and Annual Meeting to follow.


Westborough Community Land Trust, PO Box 838, Westborough , MA 01581
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