The Second Annual Art Celebrates Place calendars are flying off the shelves. Have you ordered yours yet?
These gorgeous calendars feature selected artwork by local artists from the 2010-2017 Art Celebrates Place shows. They are wire-bound, high-quality calendars printed on heavy cardstock measuring 11 1/2″ x 11 1/2″. One for the office, one for home, and three for those hard-to-buy-for-cousins you’ll see at holiday dinners this month!
Pick one up at: the USVLT office in North Conway, White Birch Books, the Met Coffee House, Soyfire Candle, the MWV Chamber of Commerce office, Vintage Frameworks, the Local Grocer, Dutch Bloemenwinkel (Jackson), Jackson Art Studio, Edge of Maine Gallery (Brownfield), Spice & Grain (Fryeburg) or online at usvlt.org/2018-art-celebrates-place-calendar/.
Give the Gift of Land Conservation this Year!
What better way to spread joy this holiday season? Land Conservation is a powerful gift — a gift that only becomes more valuable over time. Give a gift membership to all those who value the precious landscapes of the upper Saco River region. The recipient of your gift will receive a “Welcome Package” with information on USVLT and local land conservation, recent newsletters, and schedules of upcoming events. All members have voting privileges at our annual meeting, and all memberships are good for one year. Click here to give a gift membership today .
Got your calendars and gift memberships already? There are many more ways you can support USVLT:
- Select USVLT as your preferred nonprofit while purchasing your holiday gifts on Amazon via smile.amazon.com (Amazon will donate 0.5% of eligible purchases to USVLT).
- Make a tax-deductible donation online here to the operating fund which funds the behind the scenes of our land conservation work.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org to explore volunteer opportunities.
- Help us finish the fundraising for the Pine Hill Community Forest by donating to this specific land project today!
As always, your support of the Land Trust today ensures that we can protect our region’s rivers, farms, and forests for the future.