Burnham School Trail Hike

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The weather was awesome and we completed our walk with the students of Burnham School through the Ketchum Children’s Trail on Tuesday, October 20th. During the walk, we observed and discussed the local flora and fauna and learned about the importance of preserving open space as well as the Bridgewater Land Trust’s role in achieving this goal.  The children did enjoy some fall treats in the meadow and played in the beautiful surroundings!  A good time was had by all! We received a wonderful Thank You from the children. You can view the PDF here.

 

Welcome and thanks for stopping by for a visit.

Welcome and thanks for stopping by for a visit.

We are so proud of our history and embrace the opportunity to begin a bright chapter as we start making strides into our second quarter -century in service of the land we love and trust.

We’re eager to share our stories here with you, keep you updated on recent Bridgewater Land Trust happenings, celebrate acquisitions, provide important current information, resources, and extra tidbits, as well as foster open dialogue.

It’s a new era of communications and steerage for The Bridgewater Land Trust and we’re taking a next-generation approach to swath a clearer path forward with the unveiling of our updated website, this blog and news page, and our very own Facebook page. We are committed to creating innovative channels to advance and solidify our mission, collaborating to achieve exponential gains with affinity partners, and to stirring a rekindled source of local interest and participation in all of our members, longtime friends and newcomers alike.

We hope you’ll come our way often to take a refreshed look at our vision, have a talk or a listen, fortify your sense of ownership and belonging, and see for yourself what The Bridgewater Land Trust can mean in your life. Stop by to catch up on news and events, or just to let us know you believe in our work, and are enjoying the view.

Your input is a valued resource to our boards and committees, and we’d love to hear from you, your family, and friends. Our board is available and responsive to your ideas and concerns, so please don’t hesitate.

Most of all, we’d like to pause here and thank you. We are profoundly grateful for your ongoing support and untiring participation.

Your Bridgewater Land Trust

Did you know?

Did you know that globally, nations are beginning to solidify the value of measuring environmental and ecosystem health indices right up next to such futures measurements as GDP outputs? To that we say cheers and here’s to moving our common values up in the world community!