How You Can Help
Every day, 22 acres of land is lost to development in Massachusetts.
The time remaining to protect the lands we love will soon pass us by. But with your help, we have and will continue to protect the beauty of our open spaces for people and wildlife.
- In recent years, for every $1000 we have invested, we have protected $9000 worth of land across the state.
- Mass Audubon is the largest private owner of conservation land in Massachusetts
|The Land Conservation Fund|
Mass Audubon often needs funds quickly when a critical piece of property becomes available, or we have an opportunity to purchase conservation restrictions.
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Land Protection Program
The landscape we work to protect includes the forests, water-supply land, and recreational areas that comprise critical habitat for native Massachusetts species and also make the Commonwealth an exceptional place for people to live. Please support the Land Protection Program at Mass Audubon so that we may continue this important work.
Urgent Land Projects
Mass Audubon works individually and in partnership with others throughout the state to protect important natural lands—forever. Find out about our current projects that need your help.
Skunk Cabbage at Broad Meadow Brook, © Russ Garre
Conserve Your Land
Decisions made by landowners in the next twenty years will have a profound effect on the Massachusetts our children and grandchildren will inherit, and on the wildlife that share this landscape with us. There are many ways you can conserve your own land and we can help.
Find out how
House to Habitat
Through our innovative House to Habitat program, you can make a difference. By donating your residential, commercial, or industrial real estate, you can help ensure that future generations will enjoy wild Massachusetts as much as you have. Learn more
Become a Mass Audubon Member
Join, renew, or give the gift of membership. Help us protect wildlife and wild lands in Massachusetts.