Message from our President
During this unprecedented crisis, our biggest priority is on the safety of our staff, committee volunteers, and members.
The Countryside Conservancy has taken definitive measures to ensure we are doing everything we can to support recommendations by health care organizations to limit the potential spread of the virus.
While we remain ‘open’ our staff has been impacted by school and day care closures. We have implemented remote work arrangements in order to offer flexibility for our team. During this time, every effort will be made to remain responsive to the day-to-day business needs, but your patience will be appreciated as we adjust to these changes.
We are also striving to keep committee and other project moving along, however, we are diligently moving these meetings to video conference or conference calls to limit in-person gatherings.
The good news, our trails remain open. With so many restrictions on public places, the resources of the Countryside Conservancy are more important to our community than ever. Barring any widespread changes in public policy, please use our trails with your family. Of course, while on the trails, please try to limit congregating in groups and respect social distancing protocols to the extent applicable – and if you or a family member is not feeling well, please rest at home.
Countryside Conservancy will post updates on our website and via social media regarding any changes to scheduled events and meeting.
Thanks for your support during this trying time.