Despite being a cloudy and chilly Saturday a steady number of people showed up very early to take advantage of the great plant bargains offered. Proceeds from all sales totaled $1,434. Plants sold totaled $1,103 and raffle ticket sales totaled $331. Thank You to everyone that participated!
Approximately 70 people attended the annual meeting to hear about the Trust’s activities for 2016 and future plans for this year. After a break with refreshments the crowd settled in to listen to the presentation by Dr. Richard Little, Geology Professor Emeritus, Greenfield Community College about the geology around Mt. Tom and the Pioneer Valley […]
This years Easthampton High School student recipient of the Pascommuck Conservation Trust Scholarship, given in memory of Ed Dwyer, is Hannah Miller. Hannah is planning to attend University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth. Her focus will be on ”Marine and Ecology”. Congratulations Hannah!
It was a grey foggy day as members of the Pascommuck Trust, dignitaries and the public gathered at Mutter’s Field to officially mark the opening of Mutter’s Field Accessible Trail. John Bator, president of the Trust, spoke first followed by Marty Klein, major organizer of the trail construction. Char Gentes, president and CEO of Riverside […]
Sue Walz’s 2017 calendars are now available at the Nashawannuck gallery. They are $15.00 and feature a seasonal photograph of Mount Tom and Nashawannuck Pond for each month. Proceeds benefit the Pascommuck Conservation Trust.