$6500 Challenge Match! Help Save 55 Acres in Berlin and Clinton

Photo by Brent Mathison

Thanks to the support of many individuals and foundations, we are on the way to success with the Ciesluk Forest project--a joint effort of SVT and the Towns of Berlin and Clinton to save 55 acres of habitat for threatened species. 

We are close to our fundraising goal, but we still need to raise $40,000 by February 28th. To close the gap, we've launched a crowdfunding page. We have raised over $29,000 and have only a few days left to reach our goal.

UPDATE, February 24: Trout Unlimited has made a generous challenge pledge to this project. Between now and February 28, Trout Unlimited will match all donations totaling up to $6500. 

Please join the crowd today and help us reach this challenge goal!

Your donation--in any amount--will help protect 55 acres of important wildlife habitat. It will also help open a trail to the adjoining conservation lands (including Garfield Woods and Forty Acres), which span 248 acres of spectacular forests, cold water streams, and steep ledges.

Visit our crowdfunding page to help us bring this project home! And after you make your donation, please share the link with friends and family who care about protecting the environment.

Together, we can conserve these 55 acres forever! Thank you for your support.