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BLUEBERRY POND – A partnership in action.

BLUEBERRY POND – A partnership in action.

Cal Mutti, BCT Volunteer, has served as Land Steward of several properties in his neighborhood near Blueberry Pond.  When he reported a drainage problem that was causing cascades of road run off to spill into the pond, it was clearly a problem that BCT would need help solving.   BCT decided to reach out to a […]

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Eddy School -Vernal Pool Trail – Ribbon Cutting

Eddy School -Vernal Pool Trail – Ribbon Cutting

May 1, 2017 – Thank you to all those who contributed to the new Eddy School Vernal Pool Trail.  The trail is another example of successful collaboration between the BCT, the Town of Brewster and the Eddy School – the trail will provide a living outdoor classroom for Eddy School science program.    Click here to […]

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Brewster Conservation Day – July 8th!

Brewster Conservation Day – July 8th!

See you on July 8th from 9:30 am – 2 pm, diagnosis at Drummer Boy Park! Click Here to download a 2017 Activities Map! Brewster Conservation Trust and the Town of Brewster will be hosting the 5th Annual Brewster Conservation Day at Drummer Boy Park.  This year we will have over 40 conservation and educational […]

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BCT – Photo Exhibit

BCT – Photo Exhibit

Brewster Conservation Trust Invites you to our 1st ever Photo Exhibit! Show runs from May 6th to May 31st. at the Brewster Ladies Library And checkout a few highlights in our Photo Gallery here!

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Sheep Pond Woodlands – Gulls Way

Sheep Pond Woodlands – Gulls Way

By Mark Robinson Clear-cut by colonists, help Brewster’s pine forest has all grown back in just the past 150 years. In the mid-1800s, see when Thoreau walked through, information pills he said the Cape’s denuded landscape looked like the “bottom of the ocean laid bare.” We don’t ever want to take our woods for granted […]

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BCT receives $75,000 Conservation Partnership grant!

BCT receives $75,000 Conservation Partnership grant!

On December 8th, viagra 60mg Brewster Conservation Trust (BCT) received a $75, more about 000 Conservation Partnership grant from the State. The funds will be go directly toward the BCT/Town-approved purchase in early 2017 of 11 acres on Gulls Way in the Sheep Pond Woodlands area.  Mark Robinson, cialis 40mg of the Compact of Cape […]

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Eddy School 4th Graders’ at BCT’s Hay Center

Eddy School 4th Graders’ at BCT’s Hay Center

Did you know you could measure the height of a tree using a tape measure, treat a person and a pencil? Or that digging a few inches down in the dirt can reveal four different layers of soil? The students from the Eddy School 4th Grade science class can tell you how! “We want to […]

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4th Annual BCD –  Better Than Ever!

4th Annual BCD – Better Than Ever!

The fourth annual Brewster Conservation Day was better than ever!  Close to 1, order 000 people of all ages came to Drummer Boy Park to experience over 40 exhibits, side effects hear featured presentations, and participate in activities all about the value of conservation. They practiced how to be water friendly consumers at the, Brewster […]

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