CELEBRATING EARTH DAY APART, BUT NOT ALONE

To our GOSA Members and Friends,

Now is the best time to enjoy the outdoors on GOSA trails and the perfect way to celebrate Earth Day! GOSA properties and trails are free to visit and open to the public from dawn to dusk. We have been seeing many old friends and meeting new ones out on the trails. We are so happy that you’re visiting!

Today, we could really use your help:

Tonight would have been our Earth Day Fundraiser for the acquisition of the Sheep Farm South. For the past year, GOSA has been raising funds for the purchase of this 104-acre property. We are very appreciative of everyone who has donated towards this acquisition and for the grants we have received; however, we still have a long way to go. By March 2021 GOSA needs to raise an additional $250,000 to complete our purchase and sale agreement.

Even though tonight’s major fundraiser was canceled, we hope that you will help us with our mission and donate towards the Sheep Farm South property acquisition. Every dollar counts! (https://www.gosaonline.org/donate/)

The purchase of Sheep Farm south is instrumental in the green belt GOSA is trying to form. It will adjoin our original Sheep Farm Property and form 167-acres of trails, connecting to The Merritt Family Forest, Haley Farm and Bluff Point. If you haven’t visited these properties, be sure to check out the “Take a Hike” page on our website, to learn about all the GOSA trails and plan your next outing.

We hope you have been able to take advantage of all the open space our region offers, especially in times like these, and that you will join us in our efforts to raise funds for the purchase of this property.

Sincerely,
GOSA Board of Directors

TO DONATE: https://www.gosaonline.org/donate/

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