https://harvardconservationtrust.org//wp-content/uploads/2016/08/HCT-Color-Logo.png00David Outmanhttps://harvardconservationtrust.org//wp-content/uploads/2016/08/HCT-Color-Logo.pngDavid Outman2017-08-10 20:31:492017-08-16 14:27:12What is HCT all about? A picture's worth a thousand words ...
Do you love Harvard’s waterways, conservation lands, orchards, trails, parks, and open spaces? Do you support sustainability in town/school policies and practice? Come to the Bromfield School library Wednesday, May 31, at 7 PM. to hear from local committees, groups, residents, and students working to protect and sustain Harvard, and join in discussion on what we can achieve together!
https://harvardconservationtrust.org//wp-content/uploads/2016/08/HCT-Color-Logo.png00Julie Weigleyhttps://harvardconservationtrust.org//wp-content/uploads/2016/08/HCT-Color-Logo.pngJulie Weigley2017-07-11 13:36:252017-11-15 19:26:33Presentation/Public Forum on Harvard's Environment, 5/31
The Harvard Conservation Trust’s 37th Annual Tree-For-All:
The Harvard Conservation Trust will distribute Eastern Redbud seedlings at the Transfer Station on Saturday, May 6th from 8 AM to noon, and on the Harvard Common on Sunday, May 7th from 9:30 AM to noon.
In early spring, their pink-purple flowers line the bark of their twigs, branches, and trunks, announcing the end of winter. Redbud has uniquely heart-shaped leaves. Many birds eat the seeds, and honeybees visit the blossoms. The shrubs are free to Harvard Conservation Trust members and are available to non-members for a $5.00 contribution.
Saturday, May 6: Tree-For-All at the Transfer Station, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Sunday, May 7: Tree-For-All in the Town Center, 9:30 AM-12:00 PM