Author name: Karen Rahman

Five Reasons to Join HCT

Five reasons to get involved with the Harvard Conservation Trust When you join the  Harvard Conservation Trust, you contribute to the permanent protection of open spaces, forests, wetlands, and farmlands, ensuring that these precious natural resources remain intact for future generations to enjoy. Here are five compelling reasons to get involved with the Harvard Conservation

Five Reasons to Join HCT Read More »

Cider Hike

Join Harvard Conservation Trust for a spring cider hike Join Harvard Conservation Trust’s biologist and naturalist, Bob Douglas, for a family-friendly hike on April 7, 2024. The hike will begin at Carlson Orchards, travel through Harvard Conservation Trust land and back. We’ll stroll through peach and apple trees, beautiful woodland paths and wildlife meadows. Bob

Cider Hike Read More »

Senator Jamie Eldridge presents a $100,000 to World Farmers

Senator Jamie Eldridge and state representative Dan Sena visited John’s Field in Harvard to present a $100,000 to the World Farmers organization. The Harvard Conservation Trust (HCT) has partnered with World Farmers in a pilot project that enables immigrant farmers to farm John’s Field on Slough Road. This project supports HCT’s mission to protect land

Senator Jamie Eldridge presents a $100,000 to World Farmers Read More »