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Last Updated 5/18/2011
The CarverArts, Culture and Tourism Committee (ACT) evolved because of a Community Forum presented by the Carver Planning Department in 2008. The mission of ACT is to highlight the town’s varied resources to increase participation within thecommunity, as well as to attract visitors. The Makepeace Neighborhood Fund Grant and the contributions of Carver High School student volunteers made this website possible. Carver is a small rural, agricultural community with cranberry farming as its primary industry. Carver’s rolling landscape of cranberry bogs, uplands, pine forests, rivers, wetlands, and ponds provide a backdrop to historic village centers, and sites of residential, industrial, and pre-historic settlements. These unique environments, scenic views, and special places define the town’s character.
Student Advisor: Pam Borgeson
Web Developers and Researchers: Matthew Keniston, David Lake, Danielle Connolly
Photography: Justin Bailey, Pam Borgeson, Danielle Connolly, Georgina Gemayel, Sean Mason, Jim Nauen, Kelsey White
Funding Provided by A.D. Makepeace Organization Grant