celebration takes you,
we wish you a safe, relaxing
time spent with family and friends.
Happy holidays from the Trustees of the
Sandwich Conservation Trust.
|This aerial view of the Maple Swamp area was taken by the author in October 1986. Within|
the preserve are features with names dating back to the 19th century: Sam Nye’s Mountain,
Zene Wright’s Swamp, Moody Fish’s Bottom, Deer Hollow and Millstone Rock.
|Spring Hill area circa 1910|
|Overlooking Nye Pond at the beginning of the walk.|
|Recently constructed fish ladder behind the Nye House.|
|"Forest art" alongside Marsh View Trail.|
|Believed to be the site of a small shipyard for coastal shipping.|
This 1957 view shows Nye Pond flowing out to Cape Cod Bay through the
East Sandwich Fish Hatchery near Old County Road, and the Game Farm
beyond. Both of these Division of Fisheries and Wildlife facilities are now
Fisherman’s Landing on Scorton Creek, once the site of a small
shipyard, saltworks, and a dock for coastal shipping.
|Entrance to the festival.|
|Nancy showing a SCT produced map to an interested party.|
|Joe keeping warm with some tea.|
|All decked out for the rain. Look at that smile!|
|Everything was weighed down due to the winds.|
|Original Earth Day advertisement in 1970|