I am riding the Tour de Barnstable to help protect Cape Cod.
The thousands of hours I spent as a child in the woods and waters of Cape Cod inspired a deep connection to this place. On Cape Cod, I am home. This strong and personal connection to the nature of this place has driven me to focus my entire career on protection our natural resources. I work every day to ensure that the nature I grew up with will still be here for my grandchildren and generations beyond. As Executive Director of Barnstable Land Trust, I have the tools to fulfill this dream by protecting land in the Town of Barnstable. Fundraising events such as the Tour de Barnstable help the land trust do our work by sharing our successes - the ride passes through all 7 lovely villages, and hundreds of acres of conservation landscapes.
Here's something you can do that will have a direct impact on our environment - ride with us, or support my rider or another rider! Every dollar matters, every acre matters.
Contact us at info@BLT.org or visit www.BLT.org
Tour de Barnstable: Barnstable Land Trust
This ride is a shorter distance but as the name implies, and will be great fun for all participants! This a 38-mile ride through the 7 villages of the Town of Barnstable on Cape Cod, MA that passes by many of Barnstable Land Trust's conservation properties.
Contact us at info@BLT.org or visit www.BLT.org for more information.
Barnstable Land Trust (BLT) is the only private nonprofit organization dedicated solely to preserving the open spaces and natural resources within the Town of Barnstable on Cape Cod. BLT is supported by generous contributions from the community and from our members. BLT is currently the steward of 1,100 acres of land in Barnstable’s seven villages.
Barnstable Land Trust preserves land that protects wildlife habitat, scenic vistas, sensitive watersheds, wetlands, forests and other valuable open space in the Town of Barnstable. These protected lands are held in their natural state in perpetuity for the benefit of the community and future generations. They are helping to keep the Cape beautiful, preserving all the nature we come back for every year.
To learn more, head to http://blt.org/.