2024 marks the Land Bank’s 40th anniversary, so to celebrate, we highlighted one of our first property acquisitions: Stump Pond Preserve! In this issue you can also learn more about inland flooding, our Field Ecology Coordinator, Guthrie Diamond, and what we accomplished in 2023.
In our Fall 2023 issue, we cover forest management and ecosystem services, in addition to featuring our new Eel Point Trail and our Seasonal Summer Staff.
In our Summer 2023 issue, we highlight our Mt. Vernon Farm property, discuss the impacts of marine litter, highlight our summer partnership with Inclusive Work Opportunities Nantucket, and share an interview with Rico Schraff, the Land Bank’s Property Steward.
In our Spring 2023 issue, we demystify nature-based solutions, get to know the couple behind Eat Fire Farm, highlight our Miacomet Woods property, and share an interview with Susan Campese, the Land Bank’s Administrator / Finance Manager.
To kick off 2023, we cover coastal resiliency at 19 East Creek and a deep dive into our Long Pond Landing property! We also take a look back at what we accomplished in 2022, and hear from Jesse Bell, Executive Director, on her plans for 2023.
In our September issue, we share updates on our coastal resiliency projects, reminders for hunting season, details on our recently completed Wood trail, and reflect on a productive summer with our seasonal employees!
In our Spring 2022 issue, we discuss spring phenology on Nantucket as well as our prescribed fire program.
To kick off 2022, we are spreading the word about the Land Bank’s growing agricultural responsibilities. We also take a look back on all that we accomplished in 2021!
In this issue of our newsletter, we reflect on Climate Change Awareness Month on Nantucket and how the Land Bank is involved in coastal resilience.
In our February 2021 newsletter, we share the exciting new projects we’ve been working on, including a new trail at Beechwood Farm, the recently completed dock at Hither Creek, and the progress of our Coast to Coast Trail!