BREWSTER

CONSERVATION

TRUST

Our Supporters

The act of donating land to Native Americans for conservation is profound and extraordinarily meaningful. The sanctity of land is the sanctity of us. The land feeds us in every way and it can keep us closer to our natural state of being when we find ourselves disconnected from what we think of as real. The clarity of mind, body, and spirit is determined by healthy land spaces. This part of the country is unique and changes during the four seasons. The many species that live here also regenerate, migrate, and sometimes hibernate here during these seasons. The earth teaches us lessons that cannot be learned from any other teacher. It gives unconditionally to all living things, yet our attention to it is often limited. When our people lived more directly dependent on the soil beneath us with the fish and animals as are our neighbors, we knew a great deal about where we live. Today many people have no time to enjoy the outdoors. Some folks no longer feel safe in the woods. Many of our children are totally unfamiliar with the natural world. Protecting undeveloped areas is essential to our quality of life. We wish to offer the opportunity for donations to any landowner who shares similar values in land preservation. If you feel the same way, we would like to meet you. Please contact Ramona Peters at 774-238-0736 to learn more about how you can donate to the NLC or click the "Donate Now" button on the left side of this page.

Click here to learn more about the Massachusetts Conservation Land Tax Credit Progam.

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EASTHAM CONSERVATION FOUNDATION, INC.

“Our Mother Earth feeds us in every way. She can restore us to our natural state of being when we find ourselves disconnected from what we think of as real.” Ramona Peters, NLC Founder

NLC Annual Meeting

The NLC Annual Meeting is held during the first quarter of each year. Our members are invited to join the board to review all the exciting news and updates of our organization, set goals, make plans and have fun. We’ll enjoy cultural activities, fresh indigenous foods native to the area and occasional Native arts demonstrations.