On October 17th John Bator sent a letter to the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EOEEA) urging the Patrick Administration to abandon plans for wind turbines being placed on the mountain. The letter cites the historical significance of the mountain as well as the scenic and natural assets. A copy of the letter […]
On September 30th Doug Wheat, Board Member, led a walk through the Pomeroy Meadows expansion area. The hike took us though old growth trees, some of which were marked previously to be cut down for lumber. We also hiked along a ridge carved by glaciers as well as overgrown meadows. During the tour we came […]
While not as successful as the Spring plant sale, partly due to overcast weather, the Fall plant sale netted $971.00. $756.00 was made through plant purchases, donations and miscellaneous items and $215 taken in for the raffle drawing. Thanks to everyone who donated or purchased plants or participated in the sale event. See you in […]
On October 5th, board PCT board members held “Open Space” and website signs on the Easthampton rotary from 12 to 2 pm trying to raise awareness of our fundraising campaign so that the people of Easthampton will support the notion of having a quiet place to go to contemplate Nature or to bring their children […]
The Thursday, September 27th, edition of the Hampshire Gazette featured an article highlighting PCT’s efforts related to the Brickyard Brook expansion and the Pomeroy Meadow land purchase. Doug Wheat, board member, discussed plans for the properties as well as current fundraising efforts.