We believe that our town is defined by its natural beauty, its character rooted in a centuries-old connection to working lands and cherished vistas. If this natural beauty is lost, it can never be regained. Little Compton’s natural resources of forest, wetland, fresh water, coast, meadow and open land are vulnerable. Protecting them could be our greatest gift to future generations, a legacy that will outlast us all. Sakonnet Preservation is proud of its success since its founding in 1972. We are here because of the generosity of our members!
Sakonnet Preservation is supported entirely by membership donations, our annual appeal, and grant funds. If you share our vision of protecting Little Compton’s natural resources and rural character for the generations that will follow us, please join us, renew your membership, or contribute an additional gift!
Your donation helps us:
- properties with important historic, cultural and rural characteristics
- wetland parcels that provide water recharge for our wells
- scenic vistas
- wildlife habitat
Steward our currently protected land for:
- water quality
- other natural resources
Provide education about conservation to the public through:
- our twice-yearly newsletter Little Compton Landscapes
- programs for the public
- programs in the Little Compton school.
Contact Kathy Klees Clarendon,
Director of Development & Communications 401.635-8800 office | 401.332.9631 cell