Trying something new, the Brewster Conservation Trust (BCT) is actively seeking parcels of land to buy for open space preservation. The effort involves asking Brewster landowners to respond to BCT by June 30th with land that BCT will evaluate for its environmental significance, pricing and schedule. BCT will then negotiate purchase of the best candidate […]
“Whose woods these are, I think I know…” They can be yours, all of ours! All you need to do is help us to gain approval of Article 26 at Brewster Town Meeting on May 2nd. Then these woods will be preserved for all time. The voters will be asked to devote $125,000 from the […]
Did someone say Spring Clean Up? Well, you can take a look at the new and improved water view at Quivett Marsh Vista! All thanks to the Brewster Conservation Trust’s habitat enhancement project underway, at the BCT’s 1.5 acre marsh-front property, just east of the town-owned Quivett Marsh Vista. In an effort to enhance the […]
“These Dunes Aren’t Made for Walking” It’s a message that will hope to get the attention of folks as they walk up to Ellis Landing Beach, this summer. Erosion has been significant over the last several years, and the beach and dune face are rapidly eroding. The sign goes on to politely ask: “Heading […]
BCT is on the move! Read about our new, permanent home office on Dry Hill’s 55-acre preserve. Learn about our efforts to preserve Brewster’s other Mill Pond. It’s all here and more in the Fall 2015 Newsletter. Click here to read all about it.