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

Bobenski Family
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 continuting that legacy with my own family.  It wasn’t until my expereince as a Cavers Legal Inten at CLF [in 2007] that I was able to combine my passions of… Continue reading Summer Zeh

Summer Zeh
Jan 25, 2021

Gordon Hall

In 2016, CLF launched the Senior Fellows program with support from two longtime and generous supporters, Gordon Hall and former Board of Trustees Chair Michael Moskow. The Senior Fellows program allows lawyers, paralegals, engineers, scientists, journalists, and other seasoned professionals who are transitioning into retirement or coming out of a career break to donate their… Continue reading Gordon Hall

Gordon Hall and Michael Moskow
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
Jan 25, 2021

The Ramos Family

For Adam, Tracy, Max, and Lily Ramos, their philanthropy is a family effort.  Each month they decide on a theme, then gather with their prepared lists of organizations and reasons why they should support them. Each family member presents their list, they vote. In addition to their monthly theme, they consider how their donation is… Continue reading The Ramos Family

Ramos Family
May 22, 2020

Eric Grunebaum

I grew up in Cambridge and was fortunate to have a father who instilled in us a deep love of the outdoors. He was an avid rock climber in the 1940s and 50s in New England – and in the “’Gunks” and Bugaboos – and together we spent time hiking in the mountains and boating,… Continue reading Eric Grunebaum

Eric Grunebaum
May 22, 2020

Bonnie Christie

Bonnie Christie has seen CLF’s work from multiple angles over her years living and working in New England. Her first experience with the organization came when she worked for the Appalachian Mountain Club in Boston. “I got to know and collaborate with many dedicated environmentalists during that time, including attorneys at CLF,” she recalls. When… Continue reading Bonnie Christie

Bonnie Christie