Mattapoisett Land Trust Annual Meeting

Posted May 3rd, 2013 in Uncategorized by Charles Radville

Join us on Saturday, May 11 at Friends’ Meeting House for a few hours of fun, education and election of new directors.

Starting at 10:00 AM you can hike on the Brownell and Martocci preserves to view recent work to clear the blueberry orchard, and learn more about our expanding trail network.

At 11:30 the ORR Environmental Class will present their findings about Eel Pond.

Bring a main dish or salad to share at our noontime pot-luck lunch. The MLT will provide beverages and dessert.

12:45 will see a new slate of directors elected during a brief meeting.


Mass Division of Fisheries Senior Marine Fisheries Biologist Vin Malkowski will explain what makes this Mattapoisett visitor so unique and what we can do to ensure its future return to our shores!

Brownell Preserve Blueberry Orchard

Posted April 30th, 2013 in Conservation, News, Recreation by Charles Radville

Video with Gary Johnson, President, showing the progress on the site-work.

Nasketucket Bay Land Conservation Project

Posted April 30th, 2013 in Conservation, News, Recreation by Charles Radville

Check this video and info on the large scale project underway in Fairhaven and Mattapoisett. Land Conservation and recreation opportunities are immense!


Buzzards Bay Coalition golf outing, May 28, 2013

Posted April 10th, 2013 in Event, News by Charles Radville

Celebrate the beauty of the Buzzards Bay watershed on May 28 with an afternoon of golf at the spectacular championship 18-hole course at the Bay Club at Mattapoisett. Your day will include 18 holes of golf, greens fees, cart rental, lunch, participation favor, and a cocktail and hors d’oeuvre reception with auction and awards.

Registration is Open

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Best Ball of Foursome Format

  • Foursome $1,000
  • Individual Golfers $250
  • Cocktail Party & Auction Tickets for Non-Golfers $30

Registration closes May 22nd

MLT Blueberry Orchard Clean-up

Posted April 10th, 2013 in Conservation, Event, Recreation by Charles Radville

The Mattapoisett Land Trust acquired the Brownell Preserve in 2011 with the hope that it would one day be able to restore the overgrown blueberry orchard. Private contributions, including a Community Grant from the Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation, provided the funds to enable the MLT to hire professionals who removed the forest cover this winter. Now the MLT needs volunteers to complete the clean-up by collecting the debris that litters the orchard’s rows.

The MLT is inviting everyone interested in helping restore the blueberry orchard to join us at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 27, for a couple of hours of community service. Volunteers should meet in the parking lot of the Friends Meeting House on Route 6 before proceeding onto the Brownell Preserve. Tools will be provided but gloves and boots are highly recommended. For more information call 774-377-9191 or email  Share a couple hours in service to celebrate Earth Day