The Friends of East Bridgewater Trails will work to
benefit the citizens of the Town of East Bridgewater and neighboring
towns through the recreation and transportation opportunities offered
by ongoing trail and greenway developments in the town. FEBT membership
is open to East Bridgewater residents and others committed to increasing
awareness of the health, recreation, educational and environmental
benefits of local trails, and to supporting the creation and maintenance
of paths for through the Town of East Bridgewater. These could include
hiking, biking, and equestrian trails; historic walks; canoe and kayak
passageways; accessible paths for people using walkers or wheelchairs;
and habitat study areas.
-- Provide funding for a Stage 1 assessment of a potential rail-trail
link for the Bay Circuit Trail in
-- Work to complete the East Bridgewater portion of the 200-mile Bay
-- Check the condition of the East Bridgewater section of the Wompanoag
Commemorative Canoe Passageway
-- Offer opportunities to learn about creating, maintaining, and benefitting
from trails, and to discover what is available in East Bridgewater
-- Work with groups such as Old Colony Planning Council, Plymouth County
Development Council, East Bridgewater Open Space Committee, Girl and
Boy Scouts, Friends of the Bay Circuit Trail, and the EB Historical
Society, to coordinate plans and service activities.
The Friends of East Bridgewater Trails meet regularly, unless otherwise posted, on the 3rd Monday of each month at 7 PM in the 2nd Floor Conservation Commission Meeting Room of the East Bridgewater Town Hall, located at 175 Central Street, East Bridgewater, MA.
The December meeting has been cancelled. The January 2012 meeting will be held on Jan. 23 (4th Monday).