Massachusetts Land Conservation Conference

The 2022 Massachusetts Land Conservation Conference will be held online on a Zoom-based platform on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 24, 25 and 26.

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This year's theme is "Communicating Conservation: Building the Message for the 21st Century", featuring a Friday morning keynote address by Reverend Mariama White-Hammond. Rev. White-Hammond (read bio) is Chief of Energy, Environment and Open Spaces for the City of Boston, overseeing policy and programs on energy, climate change, sustainability, historic preservation and open space. She is also a pastor, advocate, facilitator, and farmer. The title of Rev. White-Hammond's address will be "Reconsidering Conservation - Building an Inclusive Message for the 21st Century".

Schedule (PDF)

Workshop topics will include:

Community Conservation ● Diversity, Equity & Inclusion ● Land Conservation Tools & Techniques ● Land Management & Stewardship ● Legal, Tax & Compliance Matters ● Organizational Management & Fundraising ● Responding to Climate Change ● New this year! In-the-field workshops

Sponsorship Opportunities

Details here. Please consider sponsoring the conference. Get recognition for your business with a live audience of over 400 committed members of the Massachusetts conservation community! Our 2022 sponsors to date include:

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Supporter
Berkshire Natural Resources Council
Buzzards Bay Coalition
Essex County Greenbelt Association
Franklin Land Trust
Horsley Witten Group 
Land Stewardshp Inc.
Land Trust Alliance
Nantucket Conservation Foundation
New England Forestry Foundation
USDA Natural Resources and Conservation Service (NRCS)
Parterre Ecological
Sasaki
Sheriff's Meadow Foundation
Sudbury Valley Trustees
Wildlands Trust

Friend
Community Preservation Coalition at The Trust for Public Land
The Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trusts
Durand & Anastas Environmental Strategies
Ecopixel
Jankowski & Spencer P.C.
Landscape Land Conservation Software
Law Office of Stephen J. Small
The Trust for Public Land
Upstream Tech

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