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Ethan’s Beach is now open!

Ethan’s Beach is now open! Come take a hike down to the lake for a swim. Have a picnic. Enjoy the beautiful forests of the Massawippi Valley. Here are a few things to keep in mind. As the beach is at the bottom of a hill, the trail slopes downwards and is rated “black diamond”. […]

FMF 2020 Annual General Meeting to be held online

FONDATION MASSAWIPPI FOUNDATION NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL AND SPECIAL MEETING OF MEMBERS The Annual General and Special Meeting of the members of the Fondation Massawippi Foundation will be held via ZOOM video conference on Saturday, June 27th, 2020 at 2:00 pm.   The meeting will be a shortened version of the planned in-person event.  It will […]

Communique to our Constituents – FMF, MCT and Covid 19

Dear Supporters and Friends, None of us knows the timeline or the effect that self-isolation, social distancing, economic stress, government regulations or business closures will have on our lives or on the work of the Massawippi Foundation and Massawippi Conservation Trust. Our Board of Directors recently set up a Plan B for our activities over […]

Celebration in North Hatley!

(photos by Heather Ross and  Whitty Ransome) Original article: http://fanhca.org/2019/06/17/bonnes-nouvelles-a-north-hatley-celebration-in-north-hatley/ Great news from the Massawippi Foundation and The Massawippi Conservation Trust! More than fifty children from the North Hatley Elementary School planted 100 trees and shrubs at Scowen Park on June 5, creating a beautiful arborway to the celebrated trail on Capelton Road. It was […]