Founding of the MLT (Video)

Posted November 2nd, 2012 in News by Charles Radville

In these clips from a longer set of interviews, Brad Hathaway and George Mock reminisce about the early days of  the Mattapoisett Land Trust.

 

MLT FALL EXPLORATION

Posted October 5th, 2012 in Conservation, Event by Charles Radville

The Mattapoisett Land Trust invites the public to join members and friends on Saturday, October 13, from 1:00 to 3:00 pm as we explore the biological diversity of the Nasketucket Bay State Reservation. The walk will be led by retired UMass Dartmouth Professor of Biology and artist Jim Sears. Our excursion will introduce participants to the variety of flora and fauna in the Reservation with the hope that children and adults will return to explore again at their leisure. Refreshments after the walk will be provided by the MLT.

Nasketucket Bay thumb MLT FALL EXPLORATIONAll interested walkers should meet at the Nasketucket Bay State Reservation parking lot off of Brandt Island Road (about 1.5 mi. from Route 6) at1:00 pm. The trails are relatively dry but long pants and waterproof shoes are recommended. For more information call 774-377-9191, or email info@mattlandtrust.org.

Salty’s Silvery Moon Soiree

Posted October 5th, 2012 in Conservation, Event by Charles Radville

Saturday Oct. 20, 2012 at Dunseith Gardens (the Seahorse park at Route 6 and North Street).
Storytelling by Take Two Tandem Tellers, singing and two fires for S’mores!
There is no parking in the park. Bring a flashlight to light the way back to your car.

Keep America Beautiful Launches National Planting Day

Posted August 20th, 2012 in Conservation, Event, News by Charles Radville

U.S. Department of Agriculture Joins Nonprofit in Issuing Nationwide Call to Plant Native Species on Sept. 8 and throughout the Fall
STAMFORD, Conn. (Aug. 17, 2012) –Keep America Beautiful (KAB), its affiliates and its partners are mobilizing Americans to support local ecosystems by planting native species of trees, shrubs, and plants through a new call to action. The first National Planting Day will take place on Saturday, Sept. 8, and will continue with activities happening through Nov. 30.
National Planting Day celebrates the value and power of native species in restoring ecological balance to the environment, while creating greener, more beautiful communities. Why plant natives? Native species of plants and wildlife are losing ground to suburbanization and fragmented habitats. Yet we know that natives provide the best sources of food and habitat for pollinators and other important wildlife. Native plants are hardy, and require lower maintenance and less water than other ornamentals.
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Harbor Days 2012

Posted July 9th, 2012 in Uncategorized by Charles Radville

Join us at Mattapoisett Harbor Days in Shipyard Park, July 21 and 22.

Our booth  (#81) is along the parking lot fence near the Harbormaster Building.

Learn about the properties we hold for your use.

Pick up a map of fantastic new walking trails.

Purchase MLT merchandise, including NEW tee shirt designs (short and long sleeve).

teeshirts web Harbor Days 2012