Sunday, February 18, 2018
If you are not a member, you have yet to see the December newsletter. Click here to catch up with happenings over the last year.
If you would like to become a member, renew your membership, or make a memorial donation, you may send mail to:
Sandwich Conservation Trust
P.O. Box 531
E. Sandwich, MA 02537
Monday, November 6, 2017
Our guest speaker, Peter Trull, provided a well informed talk on the impact of seals, sharks and fishing in the northeast. He shares the perspectives of both fishermen and scientists in his talk and showed us eye opening photos on the subject.
Thanks to all of the businesses who let us advertise the meeting and a big shout out to the Riverview Cafe of E. Sandwich. The Riverview Cafe graciously donated a gift certificate for our meeting. The certificate was taped beneath a seat and the lucky winner was looking forward to breakfast or lunch in the near future.
|SCT President John Cullity discusses SCT business.|
|Bob O'Connor (SCT Trustee) and John Cullity (SCT President)|
|Bob O'Connor asks guests to check beneath their |
seats for a gift certificate to the Riverview Cafe.
|Members and guests at the 2017 SCT Annual Meeting|
|Peter Trull, guest speaker.|
|Display of SCT properties.|
|A selection of books by Peter Trull.|
|Peter Trull autographing a book.|
|Peter Trull showing his book to guests.|
|Peter Trull speaks with guests.|
|Guests enjoy the property after the talk.|
Sunday, October 15, 2017
The SCT hopes to see you at our annual meeting today.
Our featured guest speaker is Peter Trull. Peter is an educator, author, photographer and wildlife specialist, who will present “The Gray Curtain – The Impact of Seals, Sharks and Commercial Fishing along the Northeast Coast.”
Monday, October 9, 2017
If you haven't read the Broadsider this week, I encourage you to read the story about Dr. Shirley Cross. A box of her botanical drawings were recently discovered and are currently on exhibit at the Green Briar Nature Center. Shirley Cross is the namesake of Shirley's Woods, a gifted parcel to the Sandwich Conservation Trust.
|Dr. Shirley Cross|
Photo credit: Gary Higgins, The Patriot Ledger
Make sure to watch the video of Shirley at the end of the article.