Timberland & SCA Transform Geneva Cliffs in Boston, MA

Sunday, October 20, 2019 - October 20, 2019 3:30 pm

Join Timberland to Green the Cliffs!


Join Timberland and the Student Conservation Association (SCA) to transform Boston’s Geneva Cliffs on Sunday, October 20, 2019!

Located in the Geneva/Bowdoin Street neighborhood of Boston, Geneva Cliffs is an urban wild site spanning nearly two acres. The Cliffs are an essential part of the neighborhood’s community, offering a system of wooden paths, community gathering spaces, recreational areas, and more. Over the years, Geneva Cliffs has suffered from neglect and fallen into disarray, including serious dumping issues and eroding landscapes. SCA and Timberland have joined forces with Farmer’s Collaborative and Boston Food Forest Coalition to create sustainable community areas and green the Cliff’s landscapes to provide an inviting and natural area for the Geneva/Bowdoin Street neighborhood to enjoy for years to come.


WHEN: Sunday, October 20th, 8:30am to 3:00pm. Registration beginning at 8:30am with welcome remarks at 9:00am. Lunch at 12:00pm.

WHERE: Geneva Cliffs, Geneva Cliffs, Boston, MA 02121. Public transit and carpooling are encouraged. Take the bus to Stop ID: 552, 562, 1515, or 1486 located at the intersection of Geneva Ave and Bowdoin St or Stop ID: 563 at Olney St. Each location is less than a 5- minute walk. Street parking may be available on a first come first served basis.

WHAT: Volunteers will transform Geneva Cliffs with projects including installing of community rest areas, planting trees, shrubs, and perennials, and building trails as well as beautification of the Cliffs.

BRING WITH YOU: Please wear long pants and closed-toe shoes. Water coolers will be available, but please bring your own reusable water bottles to fill up at the cooling stations. The event will take place rain or shine so please dress for the weather!

PROVIDED: All project supplies (tools, gloves, etc.), breakfast, and lunch are provided.

QUESTIONS: Contact [email protected].

Special thanks to Farmer’s Collaborative, Boston Food Forest Coalition, Hero Nurturing Center, and Synergy Partnership for their dedication to Geneva Cliffs.