Help us meet an exciting new matching challenge leading to a permanent headquarters for land protection and stewardship.
Invest in the Falmouth Community
In November 2022, thanks to our donor-supported Opportunity Fund, The 300 Committee was able to purchase Millstone Farm, in East Falmouth for $1.4M. The property will soon serve as our permanent home—where we can continue to preserve Falmouth’s natural resources and connect the community to nature by provding:
- Essential areas for hands-on stewardship activities and equipment storage
- Efficient work and meeting space for T3C staff, volunteers and conservation partners
- Capacity for small workshops, programs and community events
- with future plans to include energy efficient systems and the addition of green infrastructure.
Matching Challenge Opportunity
To help reach our goal, a small group of current and former Board members have joined forces to provide a combined $200,000 in Matching Challenge Funds to inspire members and friends to invest in T3C’s Pathway to Permanence.
Please join them by contributing towards their generous $200K Matching Challenge today!
Your gift can be made easily by clicking the button below or with cash, check, or securities*:
The 300 Committee
157 Locust Street
Falmouth, MA 02540
*For information on transferring securities, please contact Jessica Whritenour:
Pathway to Permanence
|$1,400,000||Acquisition of Millstone Farm|
|$300,000||Renovations / Accessibility|
$1,500,000 in Generous Board, Member, and Donor Support
Our Immediate Goal
To raise $200K Matching Challenge Funds
To raise the remaining $700,000 to rebuild the Opportunity Fund, renovate the building, and strengthen our endowment.
Alongside Protected Lands
Located near the geographic center of town, amid hundreds of acres of conservation land, the Millstone Farm property links to the Coonamessett River Greenway. This land and its rural setting will be preserved in perpetuity and will be accessible to all.
Falmouth is special place
The 300 Committee Land Trust (T3C) has worked for nearly 40 years to preserve more than 2,500 acres of open space. Our efforts throughout Falmouth protect the open spaces that are part of the fabric of our town.
The acquisition of our permanent headquarters at 13 Thomas Landers Road allows us to deepen our roots and broaden our reach as an essential conservation resource for Falmouth.