ECF turns 40 in 2018!    Watch for details of the celebration of 40 years of protecting land and natural resources in Eastham.  

​​ECF learned in late October that it succeeded in its application for $31,200 from the Conservation Partnership Program, of the State's Executive Office of Environmental Affairs.  Super news!   These award funds will be used to help secure 1.7 acres of land with frontage on Eastham's Herring Pond, providing public access point to the eastern shore off the Cape Cod Rail Trail and Crosby Village Road.  ECF thanks Mark Robinson, of the Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trusts, and Mike Lach, of The Compact and Harwich Conservation Trust for their key roles in this effort.    Stay tuned for the closing of this great land deal.​​

Eastham Conservation Foundation, Inc.


​ECF Secures State Grant for Land Acquisition