SIMS WAY Project A Success!   

ECF is pleased to announce that the purchase of the 1.6 acre property on Sims Way in Eastham was finalized on January 31, 2019.  Thanks to many of you, this land - a beautiful, fragile area that helps to maintain the health of the marsh and provides habitat for diverse wildlife - will be protected forever from development.  Thanks heaps to Mike Lach (The Compact of CCC Trusts) for his help in writing for grants, to many generous individual donors, and to the following Foundations that helped make this possible: 

   The Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trusts/The Charles H. Thomsen Land Fund

   Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation

   Sarah Mumford Family Fund

   Cape Cod 5 Charitable Foundation Trust 

   Tern Foundation

   Lampke Foundation

   Bafflin Foundation

   Field Ponds Foundation

​​In 2018, ECF celebrated 40 years of protecting land and natural resources in Eastham since founded in 1978!   Join us today, and be part of the ongoing effort to protect our precious natural resources.  

​ECF Secures State Grant to Acquire - 50 Crosby Village Road 1.7 acres

​​In 2017, ECF received $31,200 from the Conservation Partnership Program, of the State's Executive Office of Environmental Affairs.  Super news!   These award funds were used to help secure 1.7 acres of land with frontage on Eastham's Herring Pond, providing public access 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.   

Eastham Conservation Foundation, Inc.