About Weston Forest & Trail Association
Mission · History · Land Stewardship · Trail Maintenance
Officers and Trustees · Annual Reports · Financial Reports
Here's a quick video introduction to WFTA:
Weston Forest & Trail Association was formed in 1955 to protect and enhance Weston's treasured open space resources for everyone's enjoyment. Today we own more than 200 acres of conservation land and easements and maintain more than 100 miles of trails in the Town of Weston. Read our Mission Statement and find out more about our history.
Weston Forest & Trail Association also has extensive stewardship responsibilities. We monitor dozens of conservation restrictions and easements left in our care by generous donors who wanted the land kept in its natural state for posterity to enjoy. Occasionally we have found it necessary to enforce inadvertent (or sometimes deliberate) encroachments on these protected spaces, so that our precious environment is preserved. Read more about our land stewardship.
We lead guided trail walks each month from October to May, to help Weston residents and their friends enjoy and appreciate the wonderful nature that surrounds us. Learn more and see the current walk schedule.
Weston Forest and Trail Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 665
Weston, MA 02493
Officers & Trustees
President: Joel Angiolillo
Vice President: Kristin Barbieri
Vice President: Gail Palmer
Treasurer: David Banks
Secretary: Jennifer Potter
Mary Ann Pappanikou
As a service to the community, WFTA publishes an annual report that is sent to all Weston households prior to spring town meeting. This report also includes articles about local relevant open space issues. Below are links to PDFs of recent reports: