Announcing the Meade Cadot Land Conservation Fund

We are excited to announce that we are halfway to our goal of raising $500,000 for the new Meade Cadot Land Conservation Fund!  This fund is a tribute to the extraordinary career of Meade Cadot, who “retired” from the Harris Center this past winter.  (We are grateful that Meade will continue to work on special projects as the Harris Center’s first Naturalist Emeritus.)  Meade served as Director of the Harris Center for 37 years and was responsible for creating the 20,000-acre Supersanctuary, a network of conserved lands spanning seven towns in the Monadnock Region.

The purpose of the Meade Cadot Land Conservation Fund is to honor Meade by permanently enhancing the Harris Center’s ability to protect and steward land.  For more information, including a more detailed description of the fund and a pledge form, please visit the Meade Cadot Fund webpage or contact Jeremy Wilson at wilson@harriscenter.org or (603) 525-3394.