We all support what is close to our hearts and soul. These Massachusetts pioneering entities have impressed me with their outreach. Please consider learning more about them. All are welcome. Thank you…
Center for Coastal Studies surpasses 30 years of whale rescue and marine mammal conservation.
Central New England Equine Rescue (CNEER) rescues abused, abandoned and neglected horses restoring them back to their proper health and natural spirit.
GirlsEyeView (GEV) is a creative and supportive space for girls to express themselves through photography and creative writing. In Amherst, they capture images with black and white film and manual cameras, develop their prints in the darkroom, write stories and poems, share their ideas about important social justice issues, and laugh! In GEV, they will also exhibit their work several times a year in their schools and downtown community spaces, and interact with other youth in Youth Action Coalition’s Arts-for-Change Project. GEV is open to middle and high school-aged girls and utilize the fantastic darkroom at Amherst Regional High School. Staff/Peer Leaders will meet participants in the ARMS lobby to walk over to the high school. Visit their Website or Gallery here!
The Robert Floyd Photo Gallery and Learning Center continues to accept donations of 35 mm film cameras, camera accessories, darkroom equipment, and photo supplies from our Gallery Visitors. We then ensure Girls Eye View receives them immediately. Their young women photographers are an integral part of The Gallery’s Annual “Women in History Month” Juried Photo Exhibit.
Kestrel Land Trust is dedicated to conserving the land that sustains the quality of life and ecological integrity of the Connecticut River Valley.
Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions: MACC provide environmental education and training for more than 2,000 conservation commissioners throughout Massachusetts who administer the Massachusetts Conservation Commission Act and Massachusetts Wetland Protection Act in their communities, protect and preserve wetlands and open space, own and manage conservation lands, and educate and advocate for environmental protection locally. Local and state officials, consultants, lawyers, and other interested people also participate in their environmental education and training programs. MACC is a leading advocate for environmental protection.
Mass Audubon works to protect the nature of Massachusetts for people and wildlife through conservation, education, and advocacy.
Riverside Industries, Easthampton, MA empower people with disabilities with life skills development and employment in Western Massachusetts.
Wildside Cottage & Gardens offer a can-do grass roots approach to Earth’s uncertain future. WildSide is a demonstration site and an open teaching platform. They are active stewards of the land. Wildside explores practical ways, old and new, to achieve greater food and energy security for themselves and our communities over the long run, within a diverse and thriving natural environment.
Please notify Wildside of your visit.
Winding River Land Conservancy (WRLC) preserves and protects natural open space and farmland and Western Hampden County and parts of southern Hampshire County for present and future generations. Winding River land Conservancy has protected over 3000 acres since its inception in 1998 and continues to reserve properties annually.