The 300 Committee Land Trust

Preserving natural places for Falmouth

Special places don't stay special by accident.

Video Gallery

Short, informative videos on Kids in Nature, restoration projects, and more.

For Kids
and Kids-at-Heart

Find out about our Passport program and other kid-friendly news.

Trail Maps

Downloadable maps to take with you on a walk!

Get Involved

Different ways you can give or volunteer.

Advancing critical initiatives for Falmouth

Track your miles and get special recognition

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Stay up to date on the latest news about land purchases, restoration projects and more. And find out about upcoming guided walks, talks and special events.

We’ve Moved!

The 300 Committee has moved from small, rented offices on the second floor of 157 Locust Street to our spacious…

Annual Meeting 2024

Thursday, July 11, 6:30 pm at the Falmouth Navigator, 55 Ashumet Road, Hatchville

May Walks and other Adventures

Upcoming Activities for May 2024 Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities & More

Part- Time Administrative & Development Associate

Join Our Team! Administrative & Development Associate Position Available Are you passionate about making a positive impact on the environment and…

T3C to Protect 50+ acres in North Falmouth

This exciting project was reported in the October 27 edition of The Falmouth Enterprise. Read all about it!

T3C Supports Outdoor Learning

In fall of 2023, T3C launched 4 short videos hosted by local students that introduce schoolchildren, teachers and families to…

Hunting Resources

It’s hunting season and The 300 Committee Land Trust (T3C) allows hunting on all of the properties that have the…

Walking Falmouth: A Guide to Falmouth’s Best Nature Hikes

The 300 Committee Land Trust (T3C) is delighted to spread the word about Elizabeth Saito’s new book, Walking Falmouth: A…

Nature’s Best Hope

Wednesday, February 10, 7:00 PM A virtual talk by author and professor Douglas W. Tallamy Hosted jointly by The 300…

“Birds of Upper Cape Cod” Zoom presentation by Mike Tucker

In this talk, T3C volunteer and bird specialist Mike Tucker will share photos of many beautiful birds found in our…