Support Music for the Earth

Founded in 1976 Paul Winter, Music for the Earth is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, tax-exempt organization, with the mission to explore and implement ways that music can be used to enrich the lives of human beings and awaken a spirit of involvement in the preservation of wildlife, wilderness and the natural environments of the Earth.

To make a tax-deductible gift online, please click the link below. To send your contribution by mail, please make your check payable to Music for the Earth at P.O. box 1740, Litchfield, CT 06759

Thank you for your support.


Music For The Earth’s activities include:

  • concerts and albums to build community, celebrate the sounds of the planet, and benefit environmental causes;
  • wilderness recording expeditions;
  • media outreach and raising public awareness about environmental and social justice issues and groups;
  • environmental and cultural education programs for young people;
  • and music-making workshops and residencies.
Music for the Earth is governed by  a Board of Directors: Mary Davidson, Peter Forbes, Sarah Laird, William Ryerson, and James Sinclair; with the advice of a “Sounding Board,” including Marshal Case, Judy Collins, David Darling, Dr. Michael Fox, Jane Goodall, H. Wiley Hitchcock, Al Huang, Dr. Yossi Leshem, Scott McVay, The Very Rev. James Parks Morton, Dr. Roger Payne, Carl Safina, Therese Schroeder-Sheker, Noel Paul Stookey, William Irwin Thompson, Dr. Andrew Tracey, and Mary Evelyn Tucker.

In Memoriam: Dave Brubeck, Sir George Martin, Pete Seeger.

Music for the Earth partners with educators, biologists, anthropologists, painters, film-makers, naturalists, and environmental activists to use music’s unique power to extend the impact of their work or respective medium. Music for the Earth has worked around the world using music to build bridges between cultures and nature, to support environmental causes and campaigns.

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