MetroWest Fund for the Environment
We believe in building and supporting healthy communities with good schools, safe neighborhoods, strong public services, and most critically, a sound environment.
MetroWest has bountiful natural resources - wetlands, forests, wildlife, lakes, and ponds with a well-developed network of parks, reservations, and hiking trails to open them up to the community. However, these natural resources face the challenges of pollution, invasive species, climate change, and other harmful impacts. Our lakes and ponds are threatened by stormwater runoff, invasive weeds such as milfoil, and declining water quality.
Your donation to the MetroWest Fund for the Environment helps support local groups that are making a difference in our region, whether that is by removing invasive aquatic weeds, maintaining trails, developing community education programs, or engaging in a variety of other projects that help protect and preserve our local environment.
2015 Environment Grants: