Become a Member
Membership in The 300 Committee involves an annual financial contribution to support our organization’s operations and mission to preserve and protect open space in Falmouth. In exchange, you will receive our semi-annual newsletter, notices of upcoming walks, talks and special events, and the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping preserve Falmouth’s natural places in perpetuity.
- $5,000 Conservator
- $3,000 Visionary
- $1,000 Guardian
- $500 Benefactor
- $300 Caretaker
- $100 Sustaining Member
- $50 Family
- $35 Individual
Yes, I want to become a member of The 300 Committee.
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To join or give by mail: (Download Membership Form pdf)
Join T3C's Email List
We would love to keep you informed about our upcoming walks, talks, and other events. If you would like to be notified electronically of activities like these, please send your email address to email@example.com.
Become a Volunteer
The 300 Committee relies on volunteers for a variety of activities.
- Our Stewardship Program involves dozens of volunteer land stewards who adopt a conservation parcel, walk and monitor the land, and conduct periodic clean-ups and trail work. Many other outdoor volunteers help with various projects on hundreds of conservation acres in all parts of Falmouth, particularly cutting brush and clearing overgrowth. If you are interested in working outside to maintain our preserved lands, please Contact Us .
(Link to Stewardship Forms at the top of this page, on the right.)
- The 300 Committee occasionally needs extra hands in the office to help with newsletter mailings, envelope stuffing, data entry and other projects. If you would like to help for an hour or two every now and then, please let us know. (We try to make stuffing parties fun, with good conversation and lots of laughs!)
Explore Conservation Options for your Land
There are several different ways to preserve private land for conservation. A landowner can donate land to The 300 Committee or to the town, sell the property at a bargain rate, or place a conservation restriction on the property. A conservation restriction (or easement) is a legal agreement that prohibits future development to protect natural resources while keeping the land in private ownership. All of these options offer distinct tax advantages. If you would like to learn about how you can protect your own property for the future, please contact us.