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.
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.
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!
Seeking submissions of two and three dimensional original artwork for an exhibition entitled STEP OUTSIDE. A benefit for everyone.
Artwork should embrace the spirit of “open space” and “conservation” and might include subjects such as landscapes, agriculture, wildlife and/or use of natural materials. Artist to receive half of any sales and the other half to be donated to the Pascommuck Conservation Trust for trail/access improvement and building on PCT public lands.
Donations are also being accepted for a silent auction items with 100% of proceeds going to the Trust. Benefit to take place on June 8, 2013 from 5-8 pm at Nash Gallery, 40 Cottage Street, Easthampton, MA and work will remain on exhibit through July 6, 2013. Deadline for Submissions is May 25, 2013.
Concerned about the environment but don’t know how to get involved? Love working and playing in the great outdoors?? Want to increase your good karma?? Consider joining the Trust’s board and contribute to meaningful environmental change. People of all skill levels and abilities have something to offer. Please consider becoming a member of the board today.
Thanks to Marty Klein, current board member, for his graphic. More of his fine art prints from nature can be viewed at http://www.martykleinart.com/.