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Celebrating 2013 Successes

Because of you, we were able to accomplish great things across the Commonwealth!

“That is, I think, the future of nature: all of us working with nature — or just getting out of the way — to restore an abundance that is joyously loud.”
- Wayne Klockner, State Director
Donate today, for the future of nature.

Your support has made a tangible difference for nature in 2013 — throughout Massachusetts and around the world.

Here are just a few of our accomplishments in 2013, thanks to you!

Will you support us today for the future of nature?

CONSERVING CRITICAL LANDS

SECURING FRESH WATER 

  • Developed disease-tolerant American elms that will help replant this iconic tree species in the Connecticut River’s floodplain forests.
  • Completed replacement of culvert in Whately as a demonstration project.
  • Helped pass legislation making it easier for communities to remove unsafe and obsolete dams.
  • Removed Whittenton Dam from Mill River in Taunton, providing habitat access for sea-run fish and improving safety for community.

BROADENING SUPPORT FOR CONSERVATION

  • Launched Future of Nature speaker series and ad campaign in Boston, engaging new audiences in the urgent need for conservation.
  • Provided remarkable experience and opportunities to diverse Boston students through our LEAF Program.
  • Engaged Boston youths in hands-on tree-planting through our Healthy Trees, Healthy Boston initiative.
  • Connected with landowners on Martha’s Vineyard through one-on-one consultations and in new partnership with Vineyard Gazette.

RESTORING OUR OCEANS

 

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