Despite being a rainy Saturday morning the Trust took in a fairly reasonable amount of proceeds from the plant sale. Raffle and plant sales totaled $1,054. Sales of “Native Plants for New England Gardens” books generously donated by Gerritt Stover totaled $200 for a grand total of $1,254. Thanks to everyone who braved the elements […]
On Saturday morning , April 7th, a small work crew cleared invasives (multiflora rose and Oriental Bittersweet plus some wild grape vines) from around the apple trees at the open meadow area near the Hampton condos at Pomeroy Meadows. Thank You to everyone that participated!
This years Easthampton High School student recipient of the Pascommuck Conservation Trust Scholarship, given in memory of Ed Dwyer, is Karina Patterson. Karina Patterson plans to study marine biology. Congratulations Karina!
Three times the impact! From March 12-31, Amazon is tripling the donation rate on your first smile.amazon.com purchase! Go to smile.amazon.com/ch/04-2777082 and Amazon donates 1.5% of eligible purchases to the Pascommuck Conservation Trust.
Sue Walz’s Mt Tom Nashawannuck Pond 2018 Calendar for sale at the Nash Gallery quickly sold out. A profit, for the PCT, of $559.00 was made. Thank You to all that bought a calendar!