Join us for a virtual gathering, video presentation,
and special toast honoring you,
our farmers, local producers, and local conservation efforts!
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Let’s raise a glass together to celebrate.
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Sunday, August 1
at 4:00 pm
on Zoom!
The Zoom Virtual event is free to attend. Register today!
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Sponsorship of Through Farms and Fields supports our
Farms for the Future Initiative and our stewardship program.
Interested in joining us as a Sponsor?
Click here to learn more about our program and sponsorship opportunities,
and to register for the free Zoom event today!
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Special Gift Basket for Sponsors!
We’ve partnered with local growers and producers.
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Balsam Farms, Browder’s Birds, East End Cowboy, East End Food Institute,
Edible Petals, Farmer’s Kitchen, Montauk Daisy Wines, North Fork Potato Chips,
Sag Harbor Honey, Sang Lee Farms, and South Fork Bakery
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Thank you to our 2021
Through Farms and Fields Sponsors
(list in formation as of June 10, 2021)
Land Steward
Amanda and Donald Mullen
Benefactor
Jackie LiCalzi and Jill Schlesinger
Patron
Bridge Abstract
Rob and Carolyn Brennan
Harriet and Alan Dresher
John and Candice Frawley
Doug and Amy Halsey
Andrea and Paul Vizcarrondo
Friend
Andrew Sabin Family Foundation, Carol Mulvihill Ahlers and Ronald Ahlers,
Bob Baldwin and Margaret Sieck, Leonard and Ruth Benowich, Marcia Bystryn, Stephen Gelfman and Louise Guarneri, Dinni Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Noel Hare, Jr., James MacGregor / Claire Montgomery, Maryellen and Thaddeus Miller, Judith Saner,
Ann Sanford, Linda S. Sanford, and Lynn and John Saverese
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Special thanks to the 2021 Through Farms and Fields Committee:
Carol Mulvihill Ahlers (chair), Michael Daly, Hatsy Dresher,
Nancy Goell, Patty Orben, and Judy Saner!
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Over the years, you have made Through Farms and Fields one of the Trust’s most popular and enjoyable events. We hope that you and all your family and friends are healthy. We are truly disappointed that we won’t be gathering again this year for our traditional country supper.
But the mission of the Peconic Land Trust goes on!
Please help us continue this vital work.
Your generosity helps us do so much on behalf of the farming community and our natural environment. We hope you will make a special gift in support of our Farms for the Future Initiative and our stewardship activities that make our trails, gardens, and nature preserves accessible and welcoming to visitors.
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Thank you for your support over the years,
and we hope to see you soon!
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Have questions?
Please call us at 631.283.3195 ext.12
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or email to
Bridget Micieli-Martinez at BMartinez@PeconicLandTrust.org
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Upcoming Programs

Nature’s Best Hope

A Conversation with Doug Tallamy

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Tuesday, June 15, 2021
7:00 p.m.
Zoom
Recent headlines about global insect declines and three billion fewer birds in North America are a bleak reality check about how ineffective our current landscape designs have been at sustaining the plants and animals that sustain us. Such losses are not an option if we wish to continue our current standard of living on Planet Earth. The good news is that none of this is inevitable.
Tallamy will discuss simple steps that each of us can — and must — take to reverse declining biodiversity and will explain why we, ourselves, are nature’s best hope.
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This program is sponsored by The Leo S. Walsh Foundation, Peconic Land Trust, and Quogue Wildlife Refuge.
  Free to attend. Registration is required. Click here to register on Zoom.
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The Artist’s View

Contrasting Expressions of Nature

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Wednesday, June 16, 2021
6:00 p.m.
Zoom
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Long Island’s natural environment has been the muse for countless artists who created beautiful art inspired by the land and sea. That inspiration continues today with many local artists who use a variety of diverse methods and natural materials to create their work. Join us for this moderated panel featuring Scott Bluedorn, Anne Sherwood Pundyk, and Cindy Pease Roe to learn more about how the beauty of Long Island’s environment informs and inspires their creativity. Our moderator is Kathryn Szoka, local photographer and co-owner of Canio’s Books.
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This program is in partnership with the Southampton Arts Center (SAC) as part of their EARTH: Artists as Activists Exhibition 2021.
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Free to attend. Registration is required. Click here to register on Zoom.
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Peconic Land Trust | 631.283.3195 | Info@PeconicLandTrust.org
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Peconic Land Trust conserves Long Island’s Working Farms, Natural Lands, 
and Heritage for our Communities Now and in the Future. 
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Your support is important to helping us sustain and advance our work
on behalf of the community.
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Please note: The Peconic Land Trust does not collect or
distribute the funds from the 2% real estate transfer tax. 
Click here to learn more.
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Financial Disclosure Statement: A copy of the last financial report filed with the 
New York State Attorney General may be obtained in writing from: 
New York State Attorney General’s Charities Bureau, Attn: FOIL Officer, 
28 Liberty Street, New York, NY 10005 or 
Peconic Land Trust, 296 Hampton Road, Southampton, NY 11968.

Stay Connected!

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Peconic Land Trust, Inc | 296 Hampton Road, PO Box 1776, Southampton, NY 11968

www.peconiclandtrust.org

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AAQ / Resource: Otis Ford, Since 1946, Quogue

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