Check out our fascinating
Winter Talks in 2015
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Each winter HCT hosts a variety of intriguing winter talks.  These popular presentations offer opportunities to learn about the lands and wildlife around us from experts with a wide range of backgrounds and experiences. Join us at the Harwich Community Center on Saturday afternoons to learn about gray seals, Pleasant Bay dynamics, river herring, kettle ponds and using fire as a tool to maintain cultural and historic landscapes.
Suggested donation is $2.00 per person.
Click here for details!

One-of-a-kind postcards!
24 inspiring outdoor images
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Be good to yourself (or someone else).
Enjoy our one-of-a-kind series of 24 nature images infused with thought-provoking quotes to inspire the mind and sharpen your senses. These artful postcards wrapped in a classy band emblazoned with HCT’s land-saving logo can be yours for $15.00 plus $5.00 shipping.  They make a great keepsake or a thoughtful gift (and you help us raise funds to save more land!).
Click here to learn more!

Congratulations one & all!
You saved 49 acres!
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Thanks to strong community support across Cape Cod and beyond from members, foundations and businesses, HCT successfully saved the 49-acre Pleasant Bay Woodlands in East Harwich just 1,000 feet back from Round Cove. HCT supporters helped to preserve the largest undeveloped, unprotected landscape in the Pleasant Bay watershed to protect woods, water and wildlife. Otherwise, a 40-lot subdivision could have occupied the site with groundwater flowing directly into Round Cove on Pleasant Bay.  We extend special thanks to the Pleasant Bay Challenge donors including the Wequassett Resort, The John T. Ryan, Jr. Memorial Foundation, The Friends of Pleasant Bay and three anonymous families who matched every donation dollar-for-dollar. Thank you to everyone who contributed any amount to this once-in-a-lifetime project!

Please consider a year-end
gift to help us save more land
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Just this year, thanks to your support HCT has saved: 49 acres to protect Pleasant Bay, habitat for wildlife (including box turtle [pictured]), and the drinking water supply; 11 acres on Sand Pond; 3/4-acre with a vernal pool; and there’s more we hope to save by Dec. 31st including land on a herring spawning pond. Please consider a year-end gift. Help us save more special places.
To donate, click here.

The Wilsons bring owls that are found locally including great-horned owl with golden irises, red morph screech owl and the soda can-sized saw-whet owl. They also showcase owls from around the globe, including the Eurasian eagle owl (largest owl species in the world) and the South American spectacled owl. The barred owl with its dark charcoal-colored eyes and the striking snowy owl will also make an appearance. – See more at: http://harwichconservationtrust.org/eyes-on-owls/#sthash.l69lwALO.dpuf