Events of Interest July 23, 2022

Dear Friends and Acton Conservation Trust Members, The following news and events may be of interest:(If you prefer, you may read “Events of Interest” on our website, ActonConservationTrust.org) Now – September 5New Exhibit:  Alive with Birds:  William Brewster in ConcordThursday to Sunday, 10 am to 4 PM, Walk ins welcome!Concord Museum, 53 Cambridge Turnpike, Concord, MA Visit … Read more

Events of Interest July 14, 2022

Dear Friends and Acton Conservation Trust Members, The following news and events may be of interest:(If you prefer, you may read “Events of Interest” on our website, ActonConservationTrust.org) Now – September 5New Exhibit:  Alive with Birds:  William Brewster in ConcordThursday to Sunday, 10 am to 4 PM, Walk ins welcome!Concord Museum, 53 Cambridge Turnpike, Concord, MA Visit … Read more

Events of Interest July 7, 2022

Dear Friends and Acton Conservation Trust Members, The following news and events may be of interest:(If you prefer, you may read “Events of Interest” on our website, ActonConservationTrust.org) Now – September 5New Exhibit:  Alive with Birds:  William Brewster in ConcordThursday to Sunday, 10 am to 4 PM, Walk ins welcome!Concord Museum, 53 Cambridge Turnpike, Concord, MA Visit … Read more

Events of Interest June 30, 2022

Dear Friends and Acton Conservation Trust Members, June 25 was Boston Area Gleaner’s June Food Day – Celebrating Gleaning, Summer, and Community!!  In case you couldn’t make it, this is what it looked like.  It was a fundraiser whose proceeds supported their work to grow local food access. Thank you Usha Thakrar, Executive Director, her dedicated … Read more

Events of Interest June 23, 2022

Dear Friends and Acton Conservation Trust Members, Last night’s celebration of Tom Tidman, Town of Acton’s Natural Resources Director (and more) 35 years of service to the Town of Acton.  In 1998 Tom helped launch ACT, newly focused on land protection, by designing our first brochure and by facilitating our first land purchase – the … Read more

Events of Interest June 15, 2022

Dear Friends and Acton Conservation Trust Members, ACT Trustees welcomed ACT Members and many new Acton residents and children  to our ACT Table at the ActOn Climate Festival, last Sunday at NARA Park.  We were delighted to market ACT to new residents, to hand out our new brochures and flyers explaining how protecting land, unfragmented … Read more

Events of Interest June 9, 2022

Dear Friends and Acton Conservation Trust Members, Now – September 5New Exhibit:  Alive with Birds:  William Brewster in Concord Thursday to Sunday, 10 am to 4 PM, Walk ins welcome!Concord Museum, 53 Cambridge Turnpike, Concord, MA Visit this special exhibition to discover the beauty of birds.  William Brewster (1851-1919) was Mass Audubon’s first President  He dedicated over thirty … Read more

Events of Interest June 2, 2022

Dear Friends and Acton Conservation Trust Members, The following  news and events may be of interest:(If you prefer, you may also read “Events of Interest” on our website, ActonConservationTrust.org) Now – September 5New Exhibit:  Alive with Birds:  William Brewster in Concord Thursday to Sunday, 10 am to 4 PM, Walk ins welcome!Concord Museum, 53 Cambridge Turnpike, Concord, … Read more

Events of Interest May 26, 2022

Dear Friends and Acton Conservation Trust Members, Get out there and find these spring ephemerals while you can!! Why Trillium Have Become the Poster Child for Endangered Native Plantshttps://www.nytimes.com/2022/05/25/realestate/trillium-endangered-plants.html?referringSource=articleShare Pink lady’s slipper is a perennial orchid.  Please do not disturb it; it will not survive transplantation.  It is found in environments from partial to all … Read more

Events of Interest May 19, 2022

Dear Friends and Acton Conservation Trust Members:  ACT’s Spring Bird Walk led by Acton birder, Al Sgroi, coordinated by ACT Trustee, Jody Harris at NARA Park last Tuesday. Between 7-9 AM the group saw 41 species of birds – including Baltimore Orioles and Indigo Buntings!  If you would like to see the list, we would be … Read more