SLT Radio Tower Walk- Saturday, Oct. 15 at 10 a.m.

The Sippican Lands Trust invites you and your family to join us for a guided tour of our historic Radio Tower Property on Saturday, October 15 at 10 a.m.. The property was acquired by the SLT in 1986 and is the actual site of the once active Marconi wireless telegraph station around the time of […] Read more »

Late fall photos of Beaton Bog

Sippican Lands Trust’s mission is to acquire, manage and protect natural areas in Marion for the benefit of the public. Beaton Bog is one of the natural areas protected by Sippican Lands Trust. The beauty of this property in the late fall has been captured by SLT Board Member, Marian Howell, whose amazing photography has […] Read more »

Buy-A-Board on the Osprey Marsh Boardwalk

Want to buy a board in a name of a friend, family or business? Now is your chance to be part of Sippican Lands Trust’s Osprey Marsh Accessible Boardwalk in Marion and permanently recognize a friend, family member or local business with an engraved message on a plaque on a board. If interested, you may […] Read more »

Sippican Lands Trust sends a big thank you to all the great work of our volunteers in 2020

Sippican Lands Trust (SLT) sends a big thank you to all the great work of our volunteers in 2020. SLT’s volunteers make a daily impact on our land conservation work. SLT’s Board of Directors spend numerous hours guiding, governing, fundraising, and getting their hands in the weeds (literally) by helping remove invasive plants on our […] Read more »

From the Hive with Alison Hodges

Helping Pollinators Thrive Pollinators are in the news a lot, often in articles that describe challenges faced by honeybees and monarch butterflies. In Massachusetts, our native pollinators include many more species of bees and butterflies, plus moths, beetles, and hummingbirds. When these beneficial animals visit flowers in search of food, they help spread the pollen […] Read more »

Kayaking the Wewantic and Sippican Rivers

Thank you to all the paddlers who joined the Buzzards Bay Coalition and the Sippican Lands Trust on a beautiful summer paddle up the Sippican River. Many fiddler crabs and plenty of birds (semipalmated plovers, great blue herons and Osprey among many others) helped keep us company on this stretch of river. Read more »

Wild Edibles Walk

Thank you to Russ Cohen and the interested crew that stopped by Brainard Marsh today for the walk and talk about wild edibles. Unique benefit of the wonderful biodiversity in our preserves is the occasional tasty bit. Read more »