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Nature Explorers3 viewsMattRec and the Marion Natural History Museum's "Nature Explorer's" group would like to thank Bob Field for sharing some of his aquaculture experience and knowledge, and Mattapoisett Harbormaster Jill Simmons and her crew for allowing our group to get another perspective of Mattapoisett, from the water.
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Osprey Marsh3 viewsThe Sippican Lands Trust has acquired a new piece of land off Point Road, overlooking beautiful Planting Island Cove. The Howland family has gifted “Osprey Marsh” to the Town of Marion and the SLT has big plans to eventually make this a handicapped accessible open space for all to enjoy. Photos by Jean Perry
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Tabor Academy’s Oyster Farm3 viewsTabor Academy’s oyster farm is like a marine biology lab by the sea, providing students with hands-on learning experience. The school hosts a summer camp where campers can explore oyster farming firsthand, compiling “oyster reefs,” large piles of oysters, and depositing them into salt water. Here, David Bill of the Nautical Science Department at Tabor inspects an oyster bag from his skiff Ting. Photo courtesy Tabor Academy
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Nature Explorers2 viewsMattRec and the Marion Natural History Museum's "Nature Explorer's" group would like to thank Bob Field for sharing some of his aquaculture experience and knowledge, and Mattapoisett Harbormaster Jill Simmons and her crew for allowing our group to get another perspective of Mattapoisett, from the water.
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Nature Explorers1 viewsMattRec and the Marion Natural History Museum's "Nature Explorer's" group would like to thank Bob Field for sharing some of his aquaculture experience and knowledge, and Mattapoisett Harbormaster Jill Simmons and her crew for allowing our group to get another perspective of Mattapoisett, from the water.
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Osprey Marsh2 viewsThe Sippican Lands Trust has acquired a new piece of land off Point Road, overlooking beautiful Planting Island Cove. The Howland family has gifted “Osprey Marsh” to the Town of Marion and the SLT has big plans to eventually make this a handicapped accessible open space for all to enjoy. Photos by Jean Perry
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Nature Explorers1 viewsMattRec and the Marion Natural History Museum's "Nature Explorer's" group would like to thank Bob Field for sharing some of his aquaculture experience and knowledge, and Mattapoisett Harbormaster Jill Simmons and her crew for allowing our group to get another perspective of Mattapoisett, from the water.
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Super Duper Summer Fair1 viewsThe Super Duper Summer Fair sponsored by the First Congregational Church of Marion had something for everyone. There was a plant sale, baked goods, books and toys for sale, and games for the kids – just a lot of good old-fashioned fun on a beautiful sunny summer day. Photos by Jean Perry & Felix Perez
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Super Duper Summer Fair2 viewsThe Super Duper Summer Fair sponsored by the First Congregational Church of Marion had something for everyone. There was a plant sale, baked goods, books and toys for sale, and games for the kids – just a lot of good old-fashioned fun on a beautiful sunny summer day. Photos by Jean Perry & Felix Perez
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Super Duper Summer Fair1 viewsThe Super Duper Summer Fair sponsored by the First Congregational Church of Marion had something for everyone. There was a plant sale, baked goods, books and toys for sale, and games for the kids – just a lot of good old-fashioned fun on a beautiful sunny summer day. Photos by Jean Perry & Felix Perez
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Super Duper Summer Fair1 viewsThe Super Duper Summer Fair sponsored by the First Congregational Church of Marion had something for everyone. There was a plant sale, baked goods, books and toys for sale, and games for the kids – just a lot of good old-fashioned fun on a beautiful sunny summer day. Photos by Jean Perry & Felix Perez
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Super Duper Summer Fair5 viewsThe Super Duper Summer Fair sponsored by the First Congregational Church of Marion had something for everyone. There was a plant sale, baked goods, books and toys for sale, and games for the kids – just a lot of good old-fashioned fun on a beautiful sunny summer day. Photos by Jean Perry & Felix Perez
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