Sherborn Forest and Trail Association is a family oriented volunteer organization dedicated to the enjoyment, protection and maintenance of our natural resources. To that end, SFTA sponsors many outdoor events through the seasons: guided walks through public lands, bicycle rides on the trails, a hunter pace for equestrians, trail maintenance and construction gatherings, and occasional parties. You can Join on line by paying membership or make a donate to Sherborn Forest and Trail Association at mkt.com/sfta
Conservation Connections SOLD OUT! Registration is closed. No new tickets will be able to be sold at the door. Thank you for registering early and I hope you are one of the lucky ones that got in and we will see you there.
Please remember that due to all the snow we have parking will be tight. Car pool if you can. Better yet, come on the trails by ski or snowshoe. It looks to be a nice clear night with a bright moon to see by.
SFTA also donates funds to assist in the purchase and maintenance of open spaces and brings neighbors together to discuss conservation issues. Please let us know if you will be able to join us for any of our upcoming events, or if you would like to volunteer to help with any of them. You can reach us at
Upcoming Events 2015
February 6th - Return of the Conservation Connections event - SOLD OUT. This evening party and social time at the Sherborn Community center will also feature a guest speaker talking about the forests and how to read the history of the land on your next trip in the woods. There will be a question and answer time at the end. We will have music, food, and drinks for the evening.
COA walks - Sherborn Forest and Trail helps lead walks around town with the COA on a regular basis. You can check their calendar for the latest times and locations
Mountain Bike Rides - guided rides of some trails around Sherborn - Let us know if you would be interested in joining us for a ride. We have a ride about Once a week. This time of year it starts to get dark early, so for weeknight rides we bring lights with us to help see on the trail. Weekend rides we usually head out onto the trail in the morning. Let us know if you'd like to join us.
Snow events - We are looking into the plans for winter snow events. Explore the woods and fields by ski and/or snowshoe. Hopefully with some warm food and drink for post event conversations (As the barn renovation continues at the Barber Reservation). Let us know if you would like to join us for some fun in the snow.
November 9th - Hunter Pace - Return of the popular Hunter Pace event. Click on the name to see more details and download the event forms. Photographs and Results
November 8th - Bicycle Pace - Based on the popular format of the Hunter Pace event. Trails of Sherborn on 2 wheels or 2 legs. Photographs and Results
November 3rd - COA walk - Town Forest: through the Big Pines and up to the cell tower as a loop between North Main St and Hunting Lane.
October 5th - Charles River Paddle - Paddle down the Charles River. It was a great day to be out on the water.
October 18th - Trail Maintenance Day.
September 27th - Saw Mill Demonstration - Cutting timber for use around town.
August 12th - COA walk - Nason Hill Woods.
July 24th - Edible Plants Walk - Guided walk at the Barber Reservation to teach the edible plants of the area.
June 3rd - Barber Reservation master plan
May 21st - Norfolk Hunt Club - Grounds for Celebration
May 17th - Nason Hill Trail - COA walking tour
May 14th - Barber Reservation master planning.
May 3rd - Clean Sherborn Day - Saturday cleanup
Thank you looking into Sherborn Forest and Trail. We hope you like what we are doing for the maintenance and access to our open space around town. If you would like to become a supporting member, please fill out our membership form and mail it in with what ever level of support you can. We are all volunteer, so all your money goes to the Open Space and Trails of Sherborn. Click on the link for information on how to Join
You can always reach us by email at:
for general info, or to volunteer. You can also contact us at
for trail specific questions.