What Is the Valley Worth To You?
What do you love most about the Valley: Places to enjoy being outdoors? Healthy, local food? Seeing wildlife in your neighborhood?
Consider what these things are worth to you. Are they more important than the price of a daily cup of coffee, or a monthly take-out dinner?
People like you make land conservation possible. Yearly financial support from our members enables Kestrel Land Trust to ensure that you will always have natural places to explore, that wildlife will always have a home in the Valley, that local farms will always provide healthy food, and that local forests will help sustain our planet’s climate.
A gift of any amount makes you a Kestrel Land Trust member for one year: You decide how much to contribute.
Your support makes sure that Kestrel’s team can:
- respond to urgent conservation opportunities,
- help landowners protect the future of their land,
- create welcoming nature areas for everyone to enjoy,
- connect people from all walks of life to nature and each other, and
- care for our protected lands, forever!
How much is this worth to you? You’ll help make all of this possible when you become a member or renew your membership during our 2023 Spring Membership Drive.
Membership Benefits: As a member, you’ll receive Kestrel’s newsletter —“Your Valley”—mailed three times a year, our twice-monthly eNews with inspiration and resources to help connect to the Valley, advance notice of special members’ only events like our annual Community Picnic, and the satisfaction of knowing you’re helping ensure the special places you love will be protected today and for the future.
Plus, when you make a gift between now and the end of June, you’ll be entered into our Prize Drawing! Each contribution (including every monthly recurring gift between May and June) will be entered in a drawing at the end of June for an assortment of prizes provided by local businesses that love the Valley.
WHAT ELSE CAN YOU DO? Invite a friend to join: Scroll down for links to share this page with others who care about the land like you do.