PROTECTING WALT’S FARM AND ORCHARD
This 12-acre farm includes an orchard, single family house, and open fields in the north end of Westport.
The Westport Artist in Residence Program
Takes Place at the Westport Woods Conservation Park during the months of June, July and August of 2021.
Main Road Farm to be sold to 3rd Generation Farm Family from Westport
The iconic Sherman Hill Farm was protected last year in partnership with the Town of Westport.
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Jack White (right) and Carly Sherman (left) of Westport, Massachusetts share your dedication to caring for the environment. What has been your favorite part of the BayCoast Bank Outreach and Stewardship Summer Internship? My favorite part has been visiting new and...
Walt's Farm in PhotosThe Westport Land Conservation Trust, Inc. (WLCT) is in the process of selecting a future farmer for a 12-acre protected property at 439 Briggs Road in Westport, MA most commonly referred to as Walt’s Orchard, or Walt’s Farm. This property has...
The Westport Cultural Council is pleased to announce the second of three summer Artists in Residence at Westport Woods Conservation Park. From July 1, 2021to July 21st, visitors are invited to witness artist Matt Magee in action at the park located at 573 Adamsville...