Sippican Land Trust seeks donations
MARION — Sippican Land Trust is seeking donations this fall to continue its ongoing work — leading programs for people of all ages, protecting local land, and hosting events like the annual Oyster Fest.
Already in 2021, Sippican Land Trust has accomplished a number of land protection efforts, including protecting the 30-acre Hoff Property, finalizing the conservation of more than 6 acres at Little Neck Village and constructing two new bridges at the White Eagle property.
The Land Trust has also hosted after-school programs with Sippican Elementary School’s VASE program and partnered with Tabor Academy’s community service program to clear and maintain trails.
By the end of December, Sippican Land Trust hopes to raise $30,000 in donations.
“All of these accomplishments could not have been completed without your generous support,” said Executive Director Jim Bride. “With big plans coming for 2022, we hope you will continue to support SLT in our mission.”