The Nonesuch Circle recognizes donors who make annual, unrestricted gifts of $1,000 or more.

The Nonesuch River is the largest source of fresh water for the Scarborough Marsh, and land along its corridor is a conservation priority.  The Nonesuch flows, west to east, for 20 miles through almost the entire length of town — from the forests and farms of West Scarborough, through the neighborhoods of North Scarborough, sweeping wide around Oak Hill, and flowing under Route One, Black Point Road and the Eastern Trail.

In 2015 SLT created the Nonesuch Circle.  Just as the Nonesuch River plays a major role in the vitality of Scarborough’s land and water, so do members of the Nonesuch Circle play a leadership role in sustaining SLT’s conservation work.  We invite you to join us.

For more information about the Nonesuch Circle, please contact our Executive Director, Rich Bard, at (207) 289-1199 or by email.

The Nonesuch River