Conserving the farms, forests, and landscapes
that define north central Massachusetts.
NCLT's Repsonse to COVID-19
Updated: March 16, 2020 at 9:20 am
North County Land Trust is closely monitoring the ongoing Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak. As the situation continues to change rapidly, our top priority remains the health, safety, and well-being of our visitors and staff. NCLT conservation areas and trails remain open. As an appropriate measure to protect the health of our staff and the community, our offices are closed and our staff will be working remotely. Read more.
The newest NCLT trail was cut recently at Crocker Conservation Area in Fitchburg! Back in early May a small crew of 2 board members, Mary Cringan & Betty Reid, a trail monitor, Ken Schafer, and NCLT employees, Jassy Bratko & Emily Merlino, cut an alternate trail section off of Big’s Bushwhack (while practicing social distancing).
Volunteer Spotlight – June 2020: Sandra Grund – NCLT is lucky to have Sandra as a volunteer. She has useful experience in the environmental field and believes in our work. It is with the great assistance of thoughtful, experienced volunteers like Sandra that NCLT is a successful non-profit organization. Sandra has helped us with outreach,
We need you! May is Membership Month here at North County Land Trust and we’re calling on you to “Think Global, Act Local” by becoming a member today! Join a growing number of recurring gift members with a Sustaining Monthly Membership and know you’ll be gifting a reliable stream of ongoing support. Or choose to