On behalf of The Pinehills Landowners Association (PHLOA), welcome to YOUR community website. This site is accessible to you as a resident of The Pinehills. Explore the many features available on the site.
The purpose of the website is to allow residents of The Pinehills to quickly and easily find information about the clubs, activities, resources, rules and regulations, and general postings of interest for The Pinehills community. 
The administrative offices for the PHLOA are located at 55 Stonebridge Road in the Stonebridge Clubhouse.
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Latest News

Forum on Tritium, March 29, 4pm
Posted on Mar 29th
Do you know about the health risks and concerns about Tritium?  The Town of Plymouth Board of Health is hosting a public forum on the topic.  Hybrid, live or zoom.
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Please Don't Clean the Woods
Posted on Mar 29th
You may think you're being helpful by picking up sticks and piling them together.  It is not helpful.  Woods are meant to messy.  Leaves and sticks and underbrush are part of nature's habitat.
If you find branches on the trails, just push the branches aside at that location or contact the Stonebridge Club.
When you see a safety concern, please call the Stonebridge Club at 508-209-2355 or email jfroman@pinehills.com.
On a similar note, please do not toss or pile yard waste and branches in your yard or in the open space.
Thank you

Tupelo Honey Back in April!

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Local Events

Farmers Market, Wednesdays starting April 5
Wednesday, April 5th to Wednesday, August 30th, noon-7pm at Buzzards Bay Park, Bourne
Wednesdays, April through August.
Plan a visit to the Cape Cod Canal and pick up fresh produce on your way home.
Survival of the Fittest for New England Gardens, April 11
Tuesday, April 11th, 6:30 pm at Stonebridge Clubhouse
Native Plants, Natural Selections: Survival of the Fittest for New England Gardens
Join the Great Island Garden Club for our opening program of the 2023 gardening season with Certified Master Gardener Michele Fronk Schuckel from Natural Selections Gardens. She’ll discuss using plant material native to New England in any garden (including containers). The benefits of this practice include drawing pollinating insects and birds, seasonal weather tolerance, eco-friendly practices, and garden longevity. The speaker will include a handout with native plants that audience members can bring to the nursery and other great resources to make it easy to incorporate the ideas from the lecture into home gardens.
Natural Selections Gardens is rooted in the philosophy that native plant material and organic gardening practices will be more sustainable in our New England environment and will draw beneficial pollinators to our gardens with a diverse plant material palette. Please note the change of location. We will meet at the Stonebridge Clubhouse Rec Room (lower level, elevator available). Please plan to join us at 6:30pm for the meet and greet. All are welcome, $5 at the door.