What We Do

Our goal is to engage the citizens of Massachusetts and New England in hands-on efforts to monitor, enhance, and protect rare or threatened populations of wild animal and plant species.
 
The activities and objectives of GWC are:
  • To design and support biodiversity conservation initiatives that produce measurable and significant conservation benefits for populations of locally rare and declining species.
  • To engage the children and adults of Massachusetts and the northeastern United States in hands-on wildlife conservation work.
  • To empower the participants in GWC conservation projects by demonstrating that they can contribute positively to biodiversity conservation.
  • To educate participants about the natural history, ecology, and conservation needs of local wild animal and plant species in need of their assistance.

Find out more about our current projects here.