Eastham Conservation Foundation, Inc.

​​WILDLIFE Concerns?  

If you see an injured turtle or other animal and have concerns,  call Wellfleet Audubon at 508-349-2615 (for turtles) or WildCare at 508-240-2255 (9-5).  

  June 16, Saturday 10:00 - Noon .  Guided History Walk with ECF and Harwich (HCT):  Henry Beston    & The Outermost House - Led by Don Wilding.   Sign up on HCT website (click on HCT below).

ECF's 40th ANNIVERSARY EVENTS 2018

JUNE 14 (Thursday):  4:00 - 6:00 at the Eastham Library (an anniversary cake will be served).   Come learn about ECF and some of our neighboring Land Trusts - who we are,  and how you can help us to protect and preserve Eastham's natural landscapes.  

JUNE 21 (Thursday): 4:00-6:30 at the Eastham Library (refreshments will be served).   Eastham's Changing Landscapes: Enhancing Nature's Gifts to Protect our Natural Resources.  Co-sponsored by ECF and the Town of Eastham, partnering with the Association to Preserve Cape Cod (APCC) are collaborating on projects to protect and preserve some natural treasures in town.  

ECF works with other land trusts to sponsor walks and educational activities.  Check out some of the great activities offered by our neighbors, the Orleans Conservation Trust (OCT),  the Harwich Conservation Trust (HCT), and the Barnstable Land Trust (BLT). ​​



In addition, the Cape Cod National Seashore (CCNS) and Wellfleet Bay WIldlife Sancuary (WBWS), part of Massachusetts Audubon, host wonderful events.  Although you do not have to be a member of any of these organizations to participate, we fully encourage joining, as memberships in all of these organizations help to protect and preserve the natural settings around us.