Weston & Wayland
Sears Field
27 Crescent Street
Weston, MA 02493
United States of America

Hands-on volunteering.  Bring gloves and tools, especially clippers.  Dress appropriately for pulling invasives.  Light refreshments will be on hand.   Please pull in down Land Sake's driveway to the parking area and walk back to the field.  Please don't park on Crescent Street.


  Adoption is challenging work. We've adopted the Sears Field and started reclaiming it from extensive invasive plants. On Saturday, October 23, all are invited to join us to clear more and more, release some energy on the bad plants, and meet some nice people. See more info about the project, parking at the Melone Homestead to reach the field, and sign up to volunteer here

Captions (sort of): Rotarian Rob Mosher (right) arrives at the field with two chainsaws, both of which were put to good use. Below, six of the fourteen Rotarians who worked on Thursday, July 15 made a great big dent in the eastern border of the field.  The Conservation Team from the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland has been busy at work surveying the adopted field, the Sears Field, off of Crescent Street in Weston. 






Update October 17, 2021--The Rotary Club of Weston & Wayland’s conservation team is making huge strides in their work to clear Weston’s Sears Field of invasive plant species. Work began in June, with volunteers wielding clippers, chain saws, hoes, rakes, and all manner of other gardening tools to remove the invasive plants that have covered almost 75% of the field’s perimeter. 

The team aims to finish the work by next summer when they will replant native flora to create a pollinator paradise. Hopefully, the project will preserve the field’s natural environment for generations to come!