Dunseith Gazebo repaired for coming events

Posted October 22nd, 2017 in Uncategorized by Charles Radville

arthur at gazebo e1508680804990 Dunseith Gazebo repaired for coming eventsMaster carpenter Arthur Damaskos works on repairs to Dunseith Gardens gazebo in preparation for upcoming Thoreau Bicentennial Reading and Salty’s Soiree on October 28.

Salty’s Soiree 2017

Posted October 20th, 2017 in Uncategorized by Charles Radville

Join us at Dunseith Gardens, October 28, 5:30 – 7:30 PM, under Salty the seahorse, for music, stories and s’mores.
Storytelling by Big Ryan of Big Ryan’s Tall Tales. A fire to make your s’mores. Who could ask for more?
At the intersection of North Street and Route 6. There will be no parking at Dunseith. Bring a flashlight to find your way home or back to your car.
Free and open to the public.

TICK TALK November 4

Posted October 20th, 2017 in Uncategorized by Charles Radville

Learn how to protect yourself and your property from ticks with Blake Dinius, entomologist, Plymouth County Extension Service.
Mattapoisett Free Public Library, Community Room, November 4, 10:30 AM

Quarry walk still on for today, 9/3, 1:00

Posted September 3rd, 2017 in Uncategorized by Charles Radville

The intrepid Mike Huguenin will indeed lead a walk in the old Hammond quarry today in spite of the dampness and bluster. It will abort only if we see a steady rain. Please dress for wind and wet and come enjoy the outdoors!

Hammond Quarry Walk, Sunday September 3rd, 1:00 p.m.

Posted August 23rd, 2017 in Conservation, Event by Charles Radville

Join the Mattapoisett Land Trust (MLT) for a guided walk to the former granite quarry that was an important part of the Town’s history and early industry.

Owned primarily by the Hammond family, the quarry operated from the early 1700’s until the early 1900’s and produced pink granite for which Mattapoisett was well known in early times. The quarry site includes one remaining granite outcrop and two abandoned pits: the larger and dry East Pit and the smaller West Pit that holds water.

MLT is working with the Buzzards Bay Coalition to preserve 53 acres surrounding the quarry site. Over 250 town residents and visitors have visited the site to date.

Come join us and see this special place!

The walk will depart across the road from 7 and 9 Mattapoisett Neck Road, just south of Route 6. Please park on the west side of Mattapoisett Neck Road.

The trail is gentle but wear sturdy shoes and dress for the weather.

For more information, please email us at