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The 300 Committee
Land Trust



Upcoming Events


Post-Thanksgiving Stretch and Stroll
WHEN: Friday, November 28, 11 AM to noon
WHERE: Sea Farms Marsh Conservation Area

Burn some of those Thanksgiving calories and join T3C’s Outreach volunteers for an informal and informative nature walk at the lovely Sea Farms Marsh in East Falmouth. Enjoy getting outdoors and exploring the meandering trails through 87 acres of protected woods, field and marsh, with views of Black Duck Cove and Israel’s Cove, two beautiful inlets on Bournes Pond.

Directions: from the traffic light at the Route 28/Davisville Road intersection, head south (toward the water) on Davisville Road 1.1 miles and turn left onto Gayle Ave. Proceed to small parking area on the right. (Heading north on Davisville Road from Menauhant Road, Gayle Ave. is .8 mile on the right.)

No need to RSVP. Driving rain or snow will cancel.
We hope you can make it!



Teaticket Park Business Partner Program

Local businesses are supporting the creation of Teaticket Park! More...


Take a Look at this Video!

Created by Bird Photographer, Craig Gibson

Birder's Corner 2013 Year in Review: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wwhRLigp3fU

A Year of Falmouth Birds
by Craig Gibson

To purchase your copy, please visit:








Monthly Nature Calendars 

The links below highlight what to look for outdoors in Falmouth each month — birds, wildlife, plants, flowers and more. These pages can be printed and posted on your bulletin board or refrigerator, and each month features a fabulous bird photograph by Craig Gibson. We hope you will take a look and see what Nature has in store as the season unfolds.






Craig Gibson Photos for Sale!
Craig Gibson has generously offered for sale many of his bird photographs, with all of the proceeds benefiting The 300 Committee. To see the album and to order prints through Shutterfly.com, please visit:



The 300 Committee is a private, non-profit land trust dedicated to protecting and preserving open space for the citizens of Falmouth, Massachusetts. Founded by a small group of volunteers to commemorate the Town of Falmouth's 300th anniversary in 1986, The 300 Committee has helped protect more than 2,300 acres throughout our community for conservation, recreation and water protection. Our important land preservation work is made possible by the support of our 1,200  annual members. If you are not already on our membership roster, we hope you will consider joining.

Walks in the Woods   A list, with short descriptions, of conservation areas in Falmouth that have trails and parking. We hope you enjoy these!

Conservation Lands accessible by the Shining Sea Bikeway An article printed in our Fall, 2009 newsletter, shortly after the opening of the bike path extension. For those eager to tackle a new adventure!
(see Bike Path map with open space parcels)

Read our recent newsletters...
Spring 2011
Fall 2011
Spring 2012
Fall 2012
Spring 2013
Fall 2013
Spring 2014
Fall 2014

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