Sue Walz’s 2023 calendars are now available. They are $18.00 and feature updated seasonal photographs of Mount Tom and Nashawannuck Pond for each month. Proceeds benefit the Pascommuck Conservation Trust. You may call Sue Walz at 413-527-0885 to purchase a calendar.
The plant sale was held on a cool cloudy day. Perhaps because of the holiday weekend the number of people attending the plant sale was not as numerous as previous plant sales.
Despite the lower number of people attending the sales from plants and t-shirts totaled $858, and raffle ticket sales totaled $468. In addition 3 people signed up for memberships which totaled $112. The grand total came to $1,438.
Thanks to all who attended and contributed!
It was a cool cloudy blustery May day for the Spring Plant sale. A steady stream of patrons bought plants throughout the day at the Easthampton City Hall parking lot. Proceeds from all sales totaled $2,386.00. Plants sold totaled $1,484 and raffle ticket sales totaled $360. Memberships totaled $262 and T shirt and tote sales totaled $280. Thank You to everyone that participated!
Memorial benches have been placed at Broad Brook Meadows, Edward Dwyer, and Pomeroy Meadows conservation areas. There is continuing interest in purchasing Memorial Benches from the Trust. There are still some spots with excellent views available. The purchase of a bench helps the Trust maintain the property and public trails. If you are interested please use our contact form and someone from the Trust will be glad to help you.
An informational brochure can be downloaded here for further information.
It was much nicer weather for this fall October day compared to the Spring Plant sale. A steady stream of patrons bought plants throughout the day at the Easthampton City Hall parking lot. A memorial bench was also on display with information about the various sites where they are already being installed. Proceeds from all sales totaled $1246. Plants sold totaled $794 and raffle ticket sales totaled $217. Memberships totaled $185 and donations totaled $50. Thank You to everyone that participated!