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2023 Annual Report

The Friends of Fort Williams Park recently mailed the 2023 Annual Report. Download a copy by clicking the above image. If you would prefer to have a copy mailed to you, please contact our office ...

Winter 2022 Newsletter

If you missed it, read our 2022 winter newsletter here ...

2022 Annual Report

Friends of Fort Williams Park recently mailed the 2022 Annual Report. Download a copy Friends of Fort Williams Park 2022 Annual Appeal ...

Explore Your Backyard

Friends of Fort Williams Ecology Project Manager, Andrea Southworth, recently wrote an article for the Cape Courier regarding backyard exploration. Download your own copy of the kids and adult scavenger hunts! Taken from the Courier ...

Restoring the Ecology of a Popular Park

James McCain, once our Executive Director, has an article pubished in Vol. 5 of Wild Seed Magazine ...

Portland Press Herald: “New Garden in Cape Elizabeth beckons children back to nature”

The Children’s Garden of the Arboretum at Fort Williams Park in Cape Elizabeth is a throwback – not to gardens of the past but to a type of childhood that has largely disappeared. “When we ...

Portland Press Herald : “Children’s Garden grand opening draws 500 to Fort Williams Park”

About 500 people flocked to Fort Williams Park on Friday for the grand opening of the new Children’s Garden, the latest feature to be developed at the popular recreational area in Cape Elizabeth. Read the ...

Keep Me Current: “Cape children’s garden finally blooms”

A monarch butterfly flits from plant to plant, dragonflies dart around with the sun glinting on their diaphanous wings and a blue heron comes to rest among the cattails. So that children could enjoy the ...
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