THREE TWELVES FARM
The 2019 Kent Land Trust Annual Benefit will be held at Three Twelves Farm, the homestead of Darcy and Dan Frisch.
Since purchasing the property in 2012, Darcy and Dan have worked tirelessly to restore both the property and its structures. In addition to the physical improvements, the Frisches have protected twenty-two acres with a conservation easement, including wetlands, forest, and a portion of a stream feeding the West Aspetuck River.
For further details and insights about the property, please visit danielfrisch.com/writing/three-twelves-farm
If you would like to join us, or donate, electronic or credit card payments can be made here and will be processed through PayPal.
Your contribution is tax-deductible in accordance with IRS regulations. This event is valued at $45 per person.
Green contribution at $250 per person
Woodsy contribution at $500 per couple
Scenic contribution at $1,000 per couple
Bucolic contribution at $5,000 per couple
Panoramic contribution at $10,000 per couple
I am unable to attend but wish to make a contribution
If you prefer to pay via check, please contact us--you may use the form, phone number or address at the bottom of this page. We are happy to help you!
Founded in 1989 by residents of Kent, the Kent Land Trust has always been dedicated to preserving the town’s natural beauty. KLThas protects over 2,500 acres including sensitive landscapes along the Southern Gateway, in East Kent, Kent Hollow, the Skiff Mountain and Geer Mountain Panoramas, and within town-designated areas of distinct and rural character .
Benefit proceeds support KLT’s ongoing work to encourage wildlife and clean water protection and to safeguard and care for conservation properties in our community.