This will be a online meeting between Jeff Bagg, Easthampton City Planner, Kestrel Land Trust, and PCT regarding the development of the new property off of East St.. Interested parties may observe and/or comment either through Facebook or on the phone through ZOOM. The link for zoom is at https://zoom.us/j/636067752. It is recommended joining the video about 5 minutes prior to 10:30, Saturday the 4th of April!
We regularly need help with the following. Can you help?
- Donate plants for plant sales
- Plant preparation/gardening
- Donate prizes for raffles
- Event setup/takedown (Fall Festival, etc.)
- Event staffing
- Monitor a Trust area
- Trails/property construction and maintenance
- Preparation of mailings
- Office work (filing, database, etc.)
- Publications (editing/design/photos/writing)
- Publicity/media relations
- Professional services (accounting, etc.)
- Land conservation (landowner contacts, planning, etc.)
- Advocacy (letters/emails/phone calls to support conservation)
- Serve on Board of Directors
- Give a Tax-Deductible Gift
Gift donations to the Trust are essential for protection of more irreplaceable land and to pay the expenses for stewardship and maintenance of current Trust properties.
So if you would like to help your community and the environment and you have some time to spare please consider volunteering for the Trust. You will find it a rewarding experience available right in “your own backyard.” For more information please contact us at 413-529-9594 or by e-mail using our contact form. You’ll be glad you did.
Please contact Molly Goodwin at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to volunteer.
The Pascommuck Conservation Trust is in need of volunteers of every skill level and ability for whatever time and energy you are willing to commit. We are an entirely volunteer organization, and truly appreciate all help that people can give. Perhaps you enjoy working outside in nature, meeting and talking to new people, writing about the environment and your community. Or you have a particular skill you enjoy using in art, woodworking, computers, finance, etc. Whatever your skill set we welcome you.
We are seeking volunteers on a number of different levels. The PCT is recruiting new Board of Director members who are willing to commit to one meeting a month along with other responsibilities commensurate with their skills and their personal level of dedication. Board members vote on issues such as property acquisition, property maintenance, fundraising, etc. For anyone with financial skills and interests we are also in need of a new Treasurer.
There are a number of PCT “Special Project Volunteers” who are involved on a less time consuming but equally vital role within the organization. These non-voting members volunteer for projects they enjoy within a time frame that fits in their own personal schedule. Their tasks range from property clean up to sign making to writing thank you notes and anything in between.
We have prepared a maintenance schedule for our properties listing the maintenance tasks for each, the time of year the task needs to be done, and the estimated time to complete each task.
We are looking for people or groups of people to sign up for each task for next summer. If you sign up, you have two weeks in which to find the time to complete the task. You can sign up for one task, the same task for the entire season, or multiple tasks.
To sign up, pick the task(s) you would like to volunteer for, check the schedule online to make certain no one has already volunteered for that task, and email board member Linda Bush at email@example.com with your name, email address and the task(s) you are volunteering for.
To check the online schedule click here.
Your skill level is not as important as your commitment. John Bator, Trust President, plans to meet with all volunteers at each property next spring before the start of the season to discuss what needs to be done, and answer any questions you may have.
Thank you for your efforts in helping to maintain Easthampton’s special places!