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September 26th, 6:30 pm

Some of the standout species we saw/heard during the Fall Birding Walk a couple weeks ago! Big thanks to Nasketucket Bird Club's Mike LaBossiere for leading the walk and lending his knowledge. It was such a great morning of birding! American redstart, sharp shinned hawk, palm warbler, cedar waxwingNasketucket Bird Club đŸ“¸Photos from Flickr public domain ... See MoreSee Less

September 23rd, 10:00 am

Reminder that our Wetland Discovery Program is happening next Saturday morning! Mark your calendars and we'll see you there for some educational fun.The hands-on portion of the program will take place at Grace Pond! ... See MoreSee Less

September 22nd, 12:51 pm

Will you be joining us at the Mattapoisett Library this coming Wednesday? We hope so!Come learn about how MLT is engaging in Forest Management and why it matters in terms of climate change.Join us on Wednesday, September 27th at 3PM, to celebrate Climate Preparedness Week with Colleen Andrews of the Mattapoisett Land Trust! Colleen will present on how the Mattapoisett Land Trust is preparing conserved land for climate change. She will specifically talk about climate-smart forestry management, the approach that will be used on Mattapoisett Land Trust sites, and why creating resilient forests matters in terms of climate change. No registration required. If you have any questions, contact Michelle Skaar at or by calling the library. ... See MoreSee Less

Tabor Academy Volunteer Work

With the help of a grant from Extreme Terrain’s Clean Trails Initiative, and the volunteer power of Tabor Academy students and staff, Mattapoisett Land Trust is in the process of creating a brand new trail that will connect to the existing trail system in the Brandt Island Cove District. How exciting!

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