Reminder! Come see birds of prey at the MLT annual meeting!

Posted May 8th, 2016 in Annual Meeting by Charles Radville

Saturday, May 14

10:00 AM Walk from new parking lot on Prospect Road to Blueberry Patch in Bowman Preserve

Mattapoisett Congregational Church, Mattapoisett, MA, Reynard Hall

11:30 AM Presentation by ORR students on Eel pond water sampling
12:00 PM Pot luck lunch. Bring a main dish or salad to share. MLT provides drinks and desserts.
1:00 PM Annual meeting. Annual reports and elections.
1:15 PM Presentation on raptors by Marla Isaac of New England Reptile and Raptor Center.

Dedication of Brownell Preserve and Annual Meeting

Posted May 24th, 2012 in Annual Meeting, Conservation, Event by Charles Radville

On May 12, 2012 the Mattapoisett Land Trust dedicated the newly purchased Brownell preserve nestled between the Old Jenny Farm and Martocci parcels.

DSCF1654 300x225 Dedication of Brownell Preserve and Annual MeetingMLT President Gary P. Johnson conducted the dedication which was followed by a walk through the property to view its special features, including a large blueberry patch up for restoration, and a vernal pool in process for state certification. A large portion of this parcel has been marked by the state as critical wildlife habitat.

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Along with a map of the approximately 300 acres of almost entirely contiguous land in the Old Aucoot District, a handout included a list of the donors to date supporting restoration of the blueberry patch.

This dedication preceded the MLT annual meeting.

Those of you who couldn’t attend missed a pleasant walk but an even more interesting bat lecture. Who knew bats lived 20-30 years?

In addition to our returning board members, we had the nomination from the floor of Ray & Mary Ann Cebula who have been working as stewards on the Walega-Livingstone Preserve.

 

MLT Annual Meeting, May 19, 2012

Posted May 8th, 2012 in Annual Meeting, Event by Charles Radville

Join your Mattapoisett Land Trust for the annual meeting. Directors will be up for election, there will be a recap of the year’s activities and a report on the organization’s finances.

At 10:00, start from the Friends Meeting house for the dedication and tour of the new Brownell Preserve and, as time permits, the adjoining Hiller Preserve.

At 12:00 bring a main dish or salad to share at the Pot-luck Lunch. The MLT provides beverages and dessert.

After the meeting, at 12:45, there will be a presentation by ORRHS students on their environmental fieldwork.

Following this, at 1:00, Dr. Tom French, Assistant Director, Mass Division of Fisheries and Wildlife will talk about bats that live in Massachusetts and the white nose disease that has affected them recently.

Come early, take a hike, or try your hand at the Viking lawn game KUBB.

Mattapoisett Land Trust Annual Meeting Announcement

Posted May 6th, 2011 in Annual Meeting, Event by Charles Radville

Mattapoisett Land Trust Annual Meeting Announcement

Friends’ Meeting House
Saturday, May 21, 2011
10:00 a.m.
Take a Hike!
Your choice of 2 walks: check out the Hiller Trail with the Buckley Bridge or get a tour of our latest acquisition project, the Brownell parcel. Spring wildflowers are an extra treat.

12:00 noon
Pot-luck Lunch at the Friends’ Meeting House
Bring a main dish or salad to share. The MLT will provide beverages and dessert.

12:45 p.m.
Annual Meeting of the MLT at the Friends’ Meeting House
Review of the year’s activities and annual election of the Board of Directors and Officers.

1:00 p.m.
Ospreys- A Success Story!
Becky Cushing, Osprey Project Manager for Mass Audubon’s Allens Pond Wildlife Sanctuary in Dartmouth will tell us about their successful Osprey restoration efforts in Westport and Dartmouth and how we might encourage the nesting of these beautiful raptors in Mattapoisett.

Children and non-members are welcome.

Come early and take a hike, or try your hand at Kubb, the Viking lawn game.  Bring your friends and enjoy this year’s “Osprey Experience”

We preserve land to enrich the quality of life for present and future
generations of Mattapoisett residents and visitors.