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Fairhaven Acushnet Land Preservation Trust.  Working since 1992 to preserve open space and the rural characteristics of Acushnet and Fairhaven.

Dana Morris Fairhaven Page. Browse the pages of this Fairhaven resident for photos of West Island, Buzzards Bay and Christmas.

Jim Mahaney Photography. Galleries of artistic photos of the South Coast and beyond.

Fairhaven Sustainability Committee’s blogspot. Going green in Fairhaven. Includes a link to the Fairhaven Farmers’ Market.

Carolyn’s Birdblog  Find out about birds in Fairhaven and surrounding area

West Island Weather page. From M.L. Baron. Weather, photos and a lot more!

Very cool map site. How far have you walked in Fairhaven (or anywhere else)?

Fairhaven’s Phoenix Bike Trail a rudimentary page that needs updating. Check out the Mattapoisett Rail Trail page which is an extension of the bike path into Mattapoisett.

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 Related Sites

Coe Hall at Planting Fields was the home of H.H. Rogers’ daughter, Mai. Mai (nee Mary) was married to William Robertson Coe.
The Millicent Rogers Museum in Taos, New Mexico, founded by Rogers granddaughter, Millicent (not our Millicent!). (Mary) Millicent Rogers was the daughter of Henry Huddleston Rogers, our founder’s only son.
Anglesey Abbey, home of Lord and Lady Fairhaven.
Lady Fairhaven was Cara Rogers (our Millicent’s sister) who married Urban Broughton. It is just outside Cambridge, England.
The American Museum in Bath. This museum in Britain was co-founded by Dallas Pratt. His mother’s mother was Anne Engle Rogers, another sister of our Millicent, who was married to William Evarts Benjamin.
Fairhaven, the movie website