Thank you to everyone who attended this year’s Green Friday Hike.
Please join us for the 3rd annual Green Friday Walk (the day after Thanksgiving). We’ll meet at Blackstrap Hill Preserve at 10:00am and enjoy an easy hike along the trails, make new friends and be home in time for those leftovers.
Bring the whole family along for this free hike on a favorite Falmouth Land Trust property.
Thanks for attending this year’s Harvest Farm Fest. We hope to see you next year!
The Falmouth Land Trust is hosting its annual celebration of conservation and open space in Falmouth. Enjoy an evening of wine, beer & local food and invite your friends to join you at gorgeous Hurricane Valley Farm, complete with a beautiful sunset, twinkling stars, a rising moon, and a bright bonfire. As part of Falmouth’s 300th birthday, visit this historic farm and enjoy & evening with members of your community.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Join us again next year for our annual Movie In The Park Event in June 2019!
Please join the Falmouth Land Trust June 15, 2018 for a magical evening in Underwood Park!
Rain date is June 22, 2018.
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Once again local Boy Scout Troop 93 has come together to help out with conservation in Falmouth by assisting with the maintenance and improvement of Blackstrap Hill Preserve.
Fifteen scouts and several parents spent Saturday May 6th clearing trees, trimming back paths, hiking out debris, and repairing the southern parking lot entrance.
Repair materials for the parking lot were graciously donated by the Town of Falmouth.
The FLT thanks Troop 93 for their ongoing commitment to improving open space in Falmouth and we look forward to working more with the Troop in the future.
The Falmouth Land Trust will be opening all public trails this week. Please bear with us as signs are taken down and lots opened. When using the trails please be mindful that they are still not hardened and take care not to introduce additional mudding damage by skirting difficult sections. Please obey all signs posted, and pack out anything you take in, including animal waste.
If you notice areas of trail in need of remediation please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be working on trails in the coming weeks to repair damage, remove downed trees, and improve signage.
Thank you for your support of conservation in Falmouth and we look forward to seeing you out there!
The Falmouth Land Trust has traditionally closed trails during April’s mud season, as do many other Land Trusts and open space managers. Damage to our trail system, infrastructure, and parking lots at this time of year can result in significant and costly repairs. We understand that this closure can be difficult for people who are eager to get out and enjoy open space – and beautiful spring weather! THANK YOU for your continued patience and respect. We anticipate being able to open most trails soon if the weather cooperates.
In the meantime, we wanted to let you know that the following locations are open for your enjoyment in Falmouth as of 28th of April:
Pine Grove (Rt. 88)
The Woodman Property (Johnson Road)
Community Parks Trails (Winn Rd)
Due to excessive mudding and risk of trail damage all Falmouth Land Trust and Town of Falmouth trails are closed until further notice. We will be monitoring the trails weekly and opening them again when conditions are improved. Thank you for your cooperation and we look forward to seeing you out there in the near future!
Please join award-winning Maine filmmaker Mark Ireland, and the directors of sponsoring land trusts including the FLT, for a free film screening and open conversation about strengthening the community conservation movement in Southern Maine. Social hour to follow.
Thursday, January 11
7:00 – 9:00 PM
43 Foreside Rd
Admission is free.