Conserving Condor St. Urban Wild

On 9/29, we will be restoring parts of the coastal bank and the summit of the Condor Urban Wild  These areas have been worn and damaged over time by weather and by people. 

On the rip rap coastal bank, volunteers will be removing litter and weeds, filling in voids (stone pushed away) with soil, and resetting stones. This work will stabilize the embankment and keep it from eroding in storm events.

On the summit, volunteers will be doing site preparation for a seeding project by weeding, raking, mulching by re-using straw wattles on site. This work will successfully prep the site for seeding of a conservation/wildlife seed mix. The end result of this work will restore the bank and enhance wildlife habitat.


A member of The Harborkeepers will be in attendance to talk to volunteers about climate adaptation efforts in the area. After helping out at this coastal park, you can head over to the East Boston Library for Climate Change Jeopardy led by Aquarium staff from 3-4:40pm. Come learn about climate change science in a fun, engaging environment!

To RSVP, visit this link.

  • September 29, 2018 at 10am – 1pm
  • Condor Street Urban Wild
    300 Condor St
    Boston, MA 02128
    United States
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  • NEAQ