Dec 01, 2023

Bill Cavers

CLF was a household name for my family. My father worked as a corporate lawyer but spent his free time enjoying New England’s waters. He also felt a calling to serve the community, which led him to serve as a CLF board member for many years.  He shared this love and appreciation of New England’s… Continue reading Bill Cavers

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Jul 20, 2023

Daniel Rosan

We believe as a family that the climate crisis is one of the most pressing issues of our time – our way of life, and even the existence of our most vulnerable communities, are under threat. Becoming a parent made it feel even more urgent. Seeing my children grow up in a dense, transit-centered city… Continue reading Daniel Rosan

Jul 20, 2023

Marian Smith

“As an environmentalist, I am always looking for more ways to protect the environment, but confronting global climate issues can feel overwhelming.  When I moved to Rhode Island, I found Conservation Law Foundation through friends and family. I knew immediately that supporting CLF was the best way to make a difference. So, I joined CLF’s… Continue reading Marian Smith

Jul 20, 2023

Ted Heavenrich

“When I was growing up, every summer my parents would pack up the car, and we would spend the next couple of months hiking and camping. This love and respect for nature and the environment stayed with me my entire life, and today the environment is one of my top three philanthropic priorities.  Over the… Continue reading Ted Heavenrich

Aug 03, 2022

Mike Boyson

“Growing up in the Boston area, my parents always told me how disgusting Boston Harbor was and to never swim in the Charles River. Today, I am thrilled to see people enjoying these and other waters across New England.  My father-in-law, a clean energy entrepreneur and fellow CLF supporter, introduced me to CLF. As I… Continue reading Mike Boyson

Jun 16, 2022

Tami Nason

Tami Nason joined the New Hampshire State Advisory Board in 2021, but her CLF journey started long before then. Her father, Ben Nason, founded CLF in 1966 to prevent development of Mt. Greylock in the Berkshires. So caring for the environment was an integral part of her childhood. Her parents instilled in her a lifelong… Continue reading Tami Nason

Tami Nason
Dec 31, 2021

Andrew and Priyanka Bobenski

We thoroughly appreciate New England’s beauty and are excited to watch our children develop curiosity and awe for nature, whether we are exploring the mountins of Vermont, the coast of Rhode Island, or the waterfront and green spaces of greater Boston.  To preserve these New England treasures, we must continue to step up as their… Continue reading Andrew and Priyanka Bobenski

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Dec 31, 2021

Summer Zeh

I have been a lifelong environmentalist. My parents and grandparents instilled in me a love and respect for nature and the environment, and I am continuing that legacy with my own family.  It wasn’t until my experience as a Cavers Legal Intern at CLF [in 2007] that I was able to combine my passions of… Continue reading Summer Zeh

Summer Zeh
Jan 25, 2021

The Hildreth Family

Surrounded by the natural beauty of Maine’s woods and sea, Alison Hildreth and her late husband Horace (“Hoddy”) worried that someday it could all disappear because of development and industrialization. It was this concern that first prompted them to support CLF in 1970. Together, they watched the organization grow from humble beginnings to a regionwide… Continue reading The Hildreth Family

Hildreth Family