Sunday, October 25, 2015

Annual Meeting

Don't miss it!

Have you ever wondered about the history of the E. Sandwich Game Farm?

How long has it been around?         

What animals were there?

Who else used the land?

You can learn that and more, as SCT president, John Cullity, will speak to all of this.

E. Sandwich Grange Hall, 85 Old County Rd.

Today at 2 p.m. following a brief business meeting.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Sandwich Conservation Trust Annual Meeting

SCT Annual Meeting
to feature 
"A History of the E. Sandwich Game Farm"

The Sandwich Conservation Trust will hold its annual meeting on Sunday, October 25th at 2 PM at the East Sandwich Grange Hall, 91 Old County Road.  The public is invited to attend. The program is free, though donations are always appreciated.

The SCT is a non-profit organization, and has been working since 1985 to preserve open space in Sandwich.  216 acres are held in preservation through SCT ownership and conservation restrictions.

SCT president and local historian John Nye Cullity will present a slideshow and talk entitled, “A History of the East Sandwich Game Farm”.  Mr. Cullity will present maps, aerial photographs and vintage photographs to interpret the evolution of this beautiful property: geography, Native American occupation, farm and maritime history, use by the Commonwealth as a game farm, and recent preservation.

An aerial view of the Game Farm in 1985 
by John N. Cullity

1950’s photo showing John Prouty bottle-feeding a fawn

 by John N. Cullity

Sunday, October 25th
2 p.m.
E. Sandwich Grange Hall, 91 Old County Rd.

Presented by the Sandwich Conservation Trust

For more information, please contact:
John Cullity 508-888-7629                                 Joe Queenan 508-833-0861

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Save the Date

Save the Date

Annual Sandwich Conservation Trust Meeting

Sunday, October 25, 2015

stay tuned for details ...

at the E. Sandwich Grange Hall