Transition Dunbarton is an emerging network of individuals and groups who have come together with a shared concern about regional effects of issues such as increasing cost of energy, climate change and economic instability. Our vision is to work together to build community resilience in the face of these issues by unlocking the creative genius, skills and determination in our townsfolk.
Transition Dunbarton is starting the Jim Stone Community Woodbank and invites interested volunteers to join us in planning this community project.
Saturday, April 1, 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM
Stonehurst Farm located at Stone and Guinea roads, the last working farm in Dunbarton, has been continuously owned and operated by the Stone family since 1809. An effort has successfully preserved the farm as open space and we thank you for your help!
The campaign to protect this land is spearheaded by Friends of the Stone Farm, which includes the Dunbarton Conservation Commission, Dunbarton Congregational Church and Five Rivers Conservation Trust. More details ...