Lakeville and East Freetown Massachusetts
Lakeville and East Freetown Massachusetts
We want you to participate and be able to participate and have a vote, but you must renew your membership by the end of June in order to vote at our Annual Long Pond Association Meeting.
Own a business? Consider donating to the Long Pond Association and show you care about the success of Long Pond Association and the care of Long Pond. Sponsorship opportunities coming soon.
Use the link below to renew your membership or go to our "Membership" page to join Long Pond Association or go to our " Donate" page to simply donate to a great cause in preserving this great pond for Lakeville, East Freetown and all our friends, family and visitors.
Care to do things the old fashion way? Checks are always welcome. No worries, we like snail mail too.
New members should use the link below to download a New Member Registration.
Mail your check and completed form to:
- Long Pond Association, 203 Hemlocks, Lakeville, MA 02347
Please remember to include your $25 annual per person donation for membership.
Renewing Members can simply send a check to:
- LPA , 203 Hemlocks, Lakeville, MA 02347
Be sure to include the names of the renewing members. $25 per member.
Any additional donations are welcome and will be gratefully accepted.
Not familiar with QR Codes? Simply point/hover your camara at/over the graphic, instead of taking a picture select the yellow highlighted link to be connected to our Pay Pal Page. It's Easy!
Live music, great food and some of the best neighbors around!
Sunday, September 10, 2023 at a private home in Parkhurst Estates on Long Pond. Help us celebrate Long Pond living and the success of The Long Pond Association's renaissance. We've been able to accomplish so much in such a little amount of time. And we're mitigating the weed crisis which is reason in itself to celebrate!
Starting at 2pm. G and Friends Band at 3pm
We have partnered with SRPEDD and SAVE THE BAY to sponsor a series of workshops for our members and the residents who live around Long Pond to support the water quality in Long Pond.
The subject is "Pond Friendly Living Lawn Maintenance". The workshop will present healthy lawn and yard tips.
Did you know that if you leave grass clippings on your lawn instead of bagging them, they break down to provide free fertilizer that can provide up to 1/3 of your lawn's nutrient needs?
Join us Tuesday, May 16 from 6pm to 7pm at the Lakeville Library, 4 Precinct Street, Lakeville
Hosted by Martha and John Worley. Saturday, May 20 at 10am, 80 Lakeside Ave, Lakeville.
Learn the importance of buffers along the shore line of Long Pond.
Hosted by Julie St. Don, Saturday, June 17, 2023 at 10am, 17 Parkhurst Drive, Lakeville.
Beautify your waterfront while helping to protect Long Pond.
University of Rhode Island Watershed Watch Program
Helping to ensure the water quality of Long Pond is clean and safe for all is a major part of our mission here at Long Pond Association. We have partnered with URI (the University of Rhode Island) to help educate the public about water quality issues.
The monitoring of the Long Pond water is a major part of this fantastic program. We are looking for volunteers to help collect weekly samples for submission to the URI Watershed Watch Program. There will be workshops on exactly how samples should be collected.
Please click on the link below to see the entire document and to "Learn More".
The contact us to get more involved.
If you are not a member and love our pond kindly consider joining and getting involved in saving and preserving this precious resource.
Which means summer will be hear before you know it.
We are ramping up for another season of weed pulling.
We are looking for a waterfront property that has a working 'buffer zone' for an educational workshop in the summer. Our goals will be to show a working buffer zone and what improvements can be made in other areas that do not have any. We will be working with SRPEDD, Save the Bay, and other experts. We are trying to improve water quality, and look for opportunities for improvement. We can advise on easy maintenance tricks, and plantings that can help. We are also going to be organizing a couple other educational workshops throughout the summer on what owners can do to help promote the health of Long Pond. More information to come.
Julie St. Don, Christopher Osborn, Maria Martin and Bren Ladino were joined by Rick & Nancy Ferreira to help raise awareness at the 1st Lakeville Days sponsored by the Lions at Ted Williams Camp on Sunday, March 26, 2023.
Consider joining us some time soon.