The Wright-Locke Land Trust prepared a white paper discussing in greater detail some of the issues … Read more!
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Save the Land
**Town Meeting to Vote Thursday May 28th on Land Trust's Bid to Save Your Farm** At the May 11 … Read more!
We need your help now. With donations and pledges of financial support from many generous Winchester residents, the Wright-Locke Land Trust was able to submit a $8.6 Million bid in response to the Town-issued RFP. The bid provides for preservation of the majority of the 12.5 acres with 2 but no more than 3 house lots in the southwest corner of the site off of Edward Drive. If you were not able to join in this effort, there is still time to support the farm with either a donation or a pledge of future financial support. We hope you will consider doing so.
The 12.5 acres surrounding the historic farmstead to the north and west are crucial to the Conservancy's operational sustainability; this land would allow us to hold year-round educational programs and events, provide safe on-site parking for our many visitors, and preserve the land as open space for community use.
Your financial contributions have allowed us to invest in our buildings and equipment. Now we must expand on this generous community financial support to preserve important open space around the farm. We have recently formed the Wright-Locke Land Trust and launched a Save Your Farm Capital Campaign.
We hope that you can join us in this important effort to preserve that last remaining open space in the Town of Winchester by giving as generously as you can to this important initiative, which will pay tremendous dividends to the quality of life in Winchester and surrounding towns for generations to come.
Wright-Locke Farm's 2015 CSA Membership is a sustainable way to bring fresh, local, organic … Read more!
Check out our new videos to learn why it's important to Save your Farm. Our irreplaceable open … Read more!
Why do we need to save the Farm? Didn’t the Town buy it in 2007? Yes, the Town did buy the 20-acre … Read more!