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What Is the Land Worth to YOU?

Protecting the land doesn’t just happen. People like you make it possible.

So what’s it worth to you knowing that wildlife will always have a home in the Valley, that local farms will always provide local food, or that you will always have natural places to explore?

Is it more important than the price of a daily cup of coffee, or a monthly take-out dinner?

Annual financial support from our members enables Kestrel Land Trust to conserve and care for land you love in the Valley. A gift of any amount makes you a Kestrel Land Trust member for one year.

You decide how much to contribute.

As a member, your support means that critical lands will be conserved for:

  • Habitat for wildlife
  • Local, healthy food
  • Parks and trails for all people
  • Fighting climate change

You’ll make all of this possible when you become a member during Kestrel’s Spring Membership Drive happening this May and June!

Membership drive


  • If you’re not a member yet, join us now!
  • Invite a friend to join: Share this using the social share icons at the bottom.
  • If you are a current or past member, renew your support between now and June 30.
  • Become a monthly recurring member to help conserve and care for the Valley all year long!


Spring Your ValleyMember benefits: Members will receive Kestrel’s newsletter “Your Valley” mailed three times a year, biweekly e-News with inspiration and resources to help connect to the Valley, advance notice of special events like our annual community picnic, and the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping to ensure that the special places you love will be protected for future generations.

Weekly Prizes: Every gift (including recurring gifts between May and June) will be entered in our weekly drawings for prizes donated by local businesses or community members. Become a NEW member or a new RECURRING member and your chances of winning will be doubled!

Thank you to these local businesses for their generous prize donations:

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