Citizens for Lexington Conservation was founded in 1967 to encourage the town to preserve valued parcels of open space as a public resource.   While land conservation is still a core component of its mission, CLC’s focus has evolved to encompass a range of educational, informational, and advocacy activities including a seasonal schedule of guided interpretive walks, a repository of resource guides to Lexington’s natural world, and support for issues of ecological importance.

Wright Farm 2018

Guided Walks are one of our most popular activities.  We also have self guided walks and are working on an Interpretive Sign project. Visit the  Events Page to see our current list of guided walks.

Open Space Guide

Here are links to Lexington’s and other nearby natural areas that are ideal for walking and experiencing nature.