Sue Walz’s 2015 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.
The Fall plant sale raised a total of $946 from the sales of plants, raffle tickets and two garden obelisks. 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 Katie Vanesse. Katie will be attending Bay Path University in Springfield to study Forensic Science. Congratulations Katie!
Despite dire predictions of a deluge for Saturday morning, the weather was beautiful for the Spring plant sale. Proceeds from all sales totaled $2,298.00. Thank You to everyone that participated!
In 2013 PCT received a Local Hero Award award from Communities Involved in Sustaining Agriculture for the following: Recognizing the importance of protecting farmland; Embracing creative approaches and forging strong collaborations; Demonstrating concern for working landscapes, farm profitability,affordable land access, and secure tenure for farmers; and, Engaging community members in protesting farmland and helping Pioneer […]