Alpha Chi Omega
Work the Canonchet Farm Trail
October 20, 2018
Tim Cranston Covers 400 Years
in a Little More than a Mile
April 20, 2018
Turk's Cap Lilies Return to Little Neck Pond
July and August Blooms 2017
Scott Turner Walks, Listens and Entertains
Canonchet Farm Walk, May 17, 2015
Nancy Karraker Wades in on Eggs, Peepers and Turtles
Guided Walk, April 19, 2015
Stories in Stone
Canonchet Farm Walk, October 20, 2013
Families Love Canonchet
Canonchet Farm Walk, September 23, 2013
Canonchet Farm Walk, May 20, 2012
Cleanup at Lake Canonchet
September 10, 2011
Charlie Lee Remembrance
February 6, 2011
Beech Grove Cleanup
October 31, 2009
October 10, 2009
Friends of Canonchet Farm Complete Cleanup
Volunteers Remove 40 Tons of Asphalt
On Saturday, October 31, volunteers completed cleanup of the Beech Grove and a designated area adjacent to Little Neck Pond at Canonchet Farm in Narragansett. Over the course of four work days, 58 volunteers organized by the Friends of Canonchet Farm used shovels and wheelbarrows to remove 40 tons of asphalt improperly spread in a beech tree grove and in an area between the Anne Hoxsie Lane parking lot and wetlands.
The project was a joint effort on the part of the Friends of Canonchet Farm and the Town of Narragansett to respond to a Coastal Resource Management Council (CRMC) complaint about the use of recylced asphalt to grade portions of this town-owned land.
Many thanks to all the volunteers and congratulations on a job well done!
Here are some pictures from Cleanup Day, Two October 9, 2009:
And here are some pictures from Cleanup Day 4, October 31, 2009:
To All Who Helped with The Beech Grove Cleanup:
A Big Thank You and Congratulations on a Job Well Done!