Sharon Friends of Conservation was founded in 1986. Our mission is to support and work with the Sharon (MA) Conservation Commission to promote,
encourage and foster the preservation, care and maintenance of
public lands, waters and wildlife in the Town of Sharon, Massachusetts
in order to further the recreation and enjoyment of the towns
It is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization.
SFOC sponsors interesting and informative meetings, holds work
parties to maintain trails, and leads hikes to encourage everyone
to enjoy the unique beauty of Sharons natural environment.
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New Membership Cards and Discounts for Members
These four Sharon businesses are currently offering 10% discounts to members of Sharon Friends of Conservation. You will need to show the new (June, 2015) Sharon Friends of Conservation membership card.* If you do not receive a card in the mail by June 15,2015 it may mean that your membership has expired. You renew the $ 25 dues online at www.sharonfoc.org or send to: SFOC 45 Furnace St. Sharon, MA 02067
* This card replaces any previous SFOC membership card.
CRESCENT RIDGE DAIRY
355 Bay Rd, Sharon, MA 02067
630 S Main St, Sharon, MA 02067
CARRIAGE HOUSE PIZZERIA
21 S Main St, Sharon, MA 02067
ALICE'S MANDARIN TASTE *
37 Pond St, Sharon, MA 02067
* Discounts on in-house dinners only Monday to Thursday. Holidays excluded.
Not on takeout or beverages.
Featured Sighting: Snapping Turtle
This snapping turtle was
photographed just hanging out at the dam at Briggs Pond in September.
The turtle was motionless for quite some time allowing the photographer
to go home, get her camera and take these photos. (Photos by Leslie Koval)
View more Sharon wildlife sightings… | Submit a plant or animal sighting…
Massapoag Trail Restored
2003, Sharon Friends of Conservation has been working with the Sharon
Conservation Commission to improve one of the Town’s premier
assets, the Massapoag Trail. As of this writing, I am pleased to
announce that two major projects have been completed. With these,
the entire trail from Pond St. to Belcher St. has been restored.
There remain to do only a short boardwalk and few additional signs
and blazes, which should be in place by mid-spring. Read
more about the Massapoag Trail restoration…