Despite less than ideal conditions, everyone had fun trying their snowshoe skills around the Hurricane Valley Farm with the Falmouth Land Trust. We had approximately 25 community members come out to learn about the history of the farm, the history of snowshoe technology (4,000-6,000 years old) and the habits that allow Maine’s wildlife to successful [read more…]
The Town of Falmouth will host a town-wide Volunteer Fair, Sunday, November 13 from 1:00-3:00pm at the Mason-Motz Activity Center, 190 Middle Road in Falmouth. Representatives from area non-profit, service, and booster organizations will be available to showcase their organizations and highlight their volunteer needs for those interested in getting involved. The event is free [read more…]
A big THANK YOU to the 200+ guests, including residents, dignitaries, town officials and farm neighbors, who showed up to demonstrate their support for the work of the Falmouth Land Trust during the 4th annual Harvest at Hurricane Valley Farm on September 22nd. The event, which featured live fiddle and banjo music, local beers, and [read more…]
Please join us on September 22nd to celebrate the first year of ownership at the Hurricane Valley Farm and other achievements of the Falmouth Land Trust. This 4th annual community-building evening brings together neighbors and friends, business and civic leaders, to celebrate the outstanding work of our local Land Trust. This is your chance to [read more…]
The Falmouth Land Trust invites proposals to enter into a lease agreement to conduct agricultural activities at Hurricane Valley Farm (HVF), a 62-acre farm property owned and managed by the FLT. Interested parties should consult the request-for-proposal (RFP) documents here: Request for Proposal: Hurricane Valley Farm Proposals in response to this RFP will be accepted [read more…]
After significant drying this past week, all trails are now open as of 17 Apr 2016. Please tread lightly in areas still not completely dry.
We have some Falmouth trails opening today, 10 Apr 2016. The “river” trails at River Point, and the Upper East Branch (behind the school campus) will remain closed for awhile longer. Please also give the River Trail at Blackstrap a rest until further drying occurs. Look for the yellow signs. All others are open, but [read more…]
Our trails are currently closed due to weather and trail conditions. We will be re-evaluating in a week to see how things have dried out and whether the trails can sustain activity. Thank you for your patience!
Join us for a hike in Community Park to seek out bittersweet, honeysuckle, multi-flora rose,barberry and other invasive plants that threaten the biodiversity of the Park. We’ll flag them for later removal and teach you how to identify and eradicate these invaders on your own property. Kids and leashed dogs welcome. Sponsored by Falmouth Conservation [read more…]