Farms. Trails. Conservation areas. Parks. Greenways.
These days, they matter more than ever.
During this unprecedented time, in Massachusetts we’re lucky to have abundant open space. It helps so much to be able to get outside and breathe fresh air, stretch our legs, and hear the birds sing.
Even when we have to observe social distance, spending time outdoors can quickly boost our mental and physical health. We’re fortunate to be surrounded by forests, family farms, and waterways that together provide clean air and water and farm-fresh food while also nourishing our spirits.
People like you make the work of non-profit land trusts possible. Together, we protect the land and its wild inhabitants. Together, we promote the health of our earth and of the community. Together, we make conserved land accessible to the community and preserve our region’s natural beauty, historic character, and proud heritage.
On April 22, we invite you to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day by giving back to the land.
Join four regional land trusts in investing in this vital work to conserve forests, farms, and waterways in Central and Western Massachusetts. With your help, we can ensure the health of our local environment, and support the health of all who live, work, and raise families here.
Since it was launched 50 years ago, the message of Earth Day is more critical than ever.
We need the land, and the land needs us.
These are challenging times that we are living in. If it is within your means at this time, please consider making a gift or gifts to support the land that provides for us all.