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Coonamessett River Trust

Restoring a River

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Loren Kellogg

We are heartbroken to tell you the terrible news that Loren Kellogg died on Friday, January 26th. He had a stroke on Thursday evening and died the next day at Brigham and Women's Hospital. It's a horrible shock.

Loren was on our Board and an integral member of the CRT. He was always there to volunteer for any of our activities, but what he really loved the most was helping to tag the incoming herring in the spring.

Our thoughts are with his wife Annie and his sons, Matt and Sam. We haven't heard yet if there will be a service. We will pass on any information as soon
as we hear about. If you wish to donate to the CRT in Loren's memory, please email us at for the mailing address.

HERRING- a key fish


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The Coonamessett River Trust was formed in May of 2006.  The mission is of the CRT is to promote and preserve the natural heritage and ecological integrity of the Coonamessett River and surrounding lands.  The Trust engages in scientific, educational and recreational activities focused on the Coonamessett River. 

CRT Field Guide – click to download

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CRT brochure – click to download

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Photo Gallery

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Get your copy of this beautiful book, which tells the story of the cultural and natural history of the Coonamessett River Valley through the interpretive panels that will be placed along the Greenway Heritage Trail. Available while it lasts at Eight Cousins Books on Main St. in Falmouth. $40, with profits going to The 300 Committee Land Trust of Falmouth.

This sign shows the incredible support this project has received, through financial contributions, innumerable volunteer hours and donation of services. We are grateful to all of them. Click to enlarge.

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