We’re glad that so many could join Harwich Conservation Trust’s 34th Annual Meeting and we missed those who couldn’t make it. It was great gathering again in person as well as enjoying hors d’oeuvres and refreshments while overlooking beautiful Pleasant Bay. We extend a huge thank you to Wequassett Resort for hosting this wonderful evening.
Honoring Conservationists of the Year Ann & Peter Lambertus and Volunteer of the Year Gerry Beetham offered an opportunity to celebrate their outstanding support among all of you who make a lasting, local difference every day through HCT. The trail cam footage of our wild neighbors was a treat. Your support for protecting land, water, and wildlife is meaningful for everyone that loves this special corner of the Cape.
If you would like to learn more about the Cape Cod Climate Change Collaborative’s work and see Richard Delaney’s presentation slides, please check out the resources below. Now is the time to act by favoring renewable energy over fossil fuels and reducing carbon emissions to protect our environment.
- To learn more about the Cape Cod Climate Change Collaborative, please click here.
- To see Richard Delaney’s climate change presentation, please click here.
- If you would like to donate and help raise the final $500,000 toward HCT’s $3 million goal to preserve the 85-acre Six Ponds Great Woods, please click here.
- If you would like to donate to the 3.3-acre Robbins Pond Project to protect forested uplands, pondside habitat, and water quality, please click here.
Stay tuned to your HCT eNews for updates on land-saving projects, outdoor volunteer opportunities, and guided walks.
Please enjoy these photos of the evening courtesy of Gerry Beetham.