Following the Falmouth Police Department's speed data collection during August of 2021, members of the board undertook an analysis of the aggregated data and created several figures summarizing the findings. In February of 2022, Charles Mann composed a letter to Chief Dunne of the Police Department requesting action to reduce the number of speeding vehicles on Sippewissett Road.
The Kelly Woodland is a 3.13 acre parcel donated by the Kelly family which connects the Beebe Woods to the east with the Flume Pond Conservation Area to the west. This parcel protects a wildlife corridor linking town woodlands with the water's edge on Buzzards Bay.
Acquisition of the Kelly Woodland was completed on June 29, 2016 by the joint owners - The 300 Committee Land Trust and the Buzzards Bay Coalition. Background concerning this acquisition can be found in the Summer 2015 and Summer 2016 newsletters. The most recent update about this project can be found in the Summer 2017 newsletter.
For several years Board members Karl Audenaerde and Nancy McDonald have been tracking the life cycle of the plovers who made Wood Neck beach their home in the summer, particularly one they named "Bahama Mama". Karl has provided a very interesting update titled 'Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris' which appears in the Summer 2016 newsletter. And Bahama Mama has been spotted again in Winter 2017.