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See Conservation Partners in Action: Stormwater at Blueberry Pond

See Conservation Partners in Action: Stormwater at Blueberry Pond

Blueberry Pond Stormwater Remediation Project: Member Only Video Screening When: Thursday, January 18 at 6:30 pm Where: Brewster Ladies Library, 1822 Main Street, Brewster MA Blueberry Pond neighbors and the Brewster Conservation Trust recently partnered to resolve stormwater runoff issues and to improve the pond’s water quality. See how they accomplished this at a private […]

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Eddy School science at the vernal pool!

Eddy School science at the vernal pool!

It’s not often one purchase can benefit three populations, but that’s what the Brewster Conservation Trust has done in a few acres off Main Street. This small area preserves a vernal pool, gives wildlife a place of respite and provides a living science lab for students of the Eddy Elementary School. Since vernal pools have […]

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Science on DISPLAY at Eddy Elementary!

Science on DISPLAY at Eddy Elementary!

The 4th grade Eddy Elementary School students show off their discoveries from exploring Brewster’s woodlands. Celebrating their 2nd annual visit to the Hay Conservation Center, the Eddy School 4th graders got to discover the woodlands of Cape Cod.   The Brewster Conservation  Trust and the Massachusetts Audubon are thrilled to once again, collaborate and provide an […]

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Eddy School at the BCT’s Hay Center

Eddy School at the BCT’s Hay Center

The tradition continues, as the Brewster Conservation Trust once again, welcomed the Eddy School 4th graders to the Hay Conservation Center. Did you know you can identify the difference between a Pitch Pine and a White Pine just by counting the number of needles? Or that digging a few inches down in the dirt can […]

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Why is BCT selling a parcel to the Town?

Why is BCT selling a parcel to the Town?

Some people have asked why BCT would sell a piece of recently purchased land on Paine’s Creek Road to the Town for off-site parking for Paine’s Creek Landing.  The bottom line is that we are protecting some conservation land, providing a trailhead for a path that will access conservation land overlooking the marsh, and accommodating […]

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