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In appreciation of your personal membership support, we offer a wide variety of exciting benefits - including special events like these described below.

Contributor, Supporter, Sustainer, and Conservation Circle members are invited to….


Thursday, July 16 – Sanctuary Stewardship Day* at the Robert P. Tristram Coffin Wild Flower Reservation, Woolwich, ME

Hilly woods, a brook, and 1,256 feet of sandy shore and tidal marsh make up this 177-acre sanctuary, which borders lovely Merrymeeting Bay. More than 100 wildflower species--including pink lady’s slipper, yellow violet and white baneberry--grow on the site, which is located along a migratory flyway for water fowl. 


Thursday, August 20 – Intern Walk at Garden in the Woods, Framingham, MA

Meet the next generation and learn something new! Join us for luncheon and special presentations and tours by this year’s interns to showcase their conservation and horticulture projects. Rain or shine. 


Friday, August 28 – Sanctuary Stewardship Day* at Nasami Farm Native Plant Nursery, Whately, MA

At Nasami Farm, we propagate thousands of plants from wild-collected seed of known provenance. The 75-acre site features beautiful wildflower meadows and wetlands as well as a unique Black Gum--Pin Oak--Swamp White Oak perched swamp.

 

* Join Amanda Weise, Ecological Programs Coordinator, and our Sanctuary Committee to help with trail maintenance and invasive species removal. Wear suitable outdoor clothing. Bring your favorite hand tools, gloves, and lunch in lightweight day packs. We will provide snacks and specialized equipment. The type of work involved in a Sanctuary Stewardship Day is not suitable for children under age 14. Youth aged 14 to 18 are welcome to participate with an adult chaperone.

 

Art and Nature - Conservation Circle

Join Elizabeth Farnsworth and Debbi Edelstein for a special viewing of "Van Gogh and Nature" currently on exhibit at the Clark Art Institute. The artist's developing relationship with his natural surroundings, from his early studies to his later landscapes, is a reflection of both his travels throughout Europe and his growing knowledge of illustrated natural history. Invitations will be sent this week.

RSVP/QUESTIONS: Please contact Membership at (508) 877-7630 ext. 3104

 
 

Upcoming 2015 Events


Trillium Society Annual Event

Leadership Summit (Conservation Circle)
Behind the Scenes Tour (Conservation Circle)
Fall Reception (Conservation Circle)
Conservation Director's Talk (Supporters, Sustainers, Conservation Circle)
Night of Illumination (All Members)
Life Member Annual Event
 
...and so much more for our members!
last modified June 22, 2015
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