Short, informative videos on kids in nature, restoration projects, past virtual events, and more.
This video introduces you to some of the accessible spots in Falmouth to enjoy the outdoors. We hope to see you out there.
Fun and Inspirational Shorts
A 35th Anniversary tribute to The 300 Committee Land Trust for their 2020 Annual Meeting
A photo and video montage of the places and people that have made this organization special over its 35 year history. (00:02:35)
Nature: What’s in it for kids?
The 300 Committee Honors Vicky Lowell
As co-founder and long-time Board member of The 300 Committee, Planning Board member during a period of intense development, Vicky’s vision and commitment to open space leaves a lasting legacy for the Town of Falmouth. (00:02:21)
Zoom Bird Talks by Mike Tucker, Birder and Photographer Extraordinaire
Love Birds: The Strange and Often Humorous Relationships of our Feathered Friends
Raptors of Cape Cod
The Fascinating World of Shorebirds
Songbird Identification Workshop
Owls of New England
Birds of Upper Cape Cod
Other Zoom Talks
How to Love Your Ponds
Kristin Andres, Association to Preserve Cape Cod, describes some of the threats to our beloved freshwater kettle ponds and what you can do to help.
Nature's Best Hope: A New Approach to Conservation that Starts in your Yard
with author Doug Tallamy, in partnership with the Association to Preserve Cape Cod. (01:38:25)
Natural History of the Fisher
Jason Zimmer, MassWildlife (00:53:28)
Meet the Old Ladies Against Underwater Garbage
A Zoom dialogue with OLAUG members, an extraordinary group of women 64+ year-old who swim to pick up trash from ponds, describing what they do and why they do it. (00:53:35)
Surprising Things Plant Roots Do
Zoe Cardon, Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole talks about plant roots and soil microbes, and their role and importance in pretty much everything that happens on earth. (01:07:16)
Coming Soon to a Neighborhood Near You
Ian Ives, Mass Audubon, discusses population trends of various wildlife species and how that intersects with humans. (01:13:23)
History of Women Walking
A collaboration with the Woods Hole Public Library, by author Dr. Kerri Andrews (01:01:12)
Short Informational Videos About T3C and Related Projects
Coonamessett River Restoration: Looking Forward to Phase 1
The Coonamessett River in E. Falmouth, MA was once a major herring run. But years of industrial use, first by mills and then cranberry farming, vastly reduced the number of fish that could make the passage. This video describes the history, and Phase I of the restoration of this river to its more natural state.
Restoring the Coonamessett River: Results of Phase 1
Hundreds of years of industrialization for mills and cranberry farming severely impacted the wetland habitat and the historic herring run. Restoring the river to a more natural state has already had a huge positive impact. (00:6:40)
Wildlands and Woodlands: Community-Scale Forests in the Fight Against Climate Change
Dr. David Foster and Dr. Zoe Cardon describe the importance of land conservation at the scale The 300 Committee does in reducing the impacts of Climate Change. (00:04:36)
Banding Kestrel Chicks at the Coonamessett Reservation, Falmouth, MA
Learn about this exciting project from State ornithologist Dr. Andrew Vitz (and see some cute kestrel chicks!) (00:04:16)
MBL Falmouth Forum
Wildlands and Woodlands: A Vision for Sustaining Forested and Natural Landscapes