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​OUR MISSION


The FBRA was founded in 1955 to represent the interests of residents to maintain and improve our Fairfield Beach neighborhood, promote cooperation among owners, renters and visitors and represent the common interests of the membership. 


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ROSA REGUSA GIVEAWAY!

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ELECTION DAY NOVEMBER 2, 2021


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Board of Directors

              Officers:


Carolyn Kamlet, President
Bill Perugini, Vice President

Donna Alatakis, Treasurer

David Harris, Asst Treasurer
Becky Bunnell, Secretary


Board Members:

Bryan Cafferelli

Peter Collins

Brian Farnen

Roy Friedman

Steve Gordon
Rick Grauer
    

Ilse Martin

Marc Papini

Patti Zecchi

David Zieff




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Annual Rosa Rugosa and Beach Grass Giveaway!


The FBRA is holding its annual giveaway of salt tolerant plants for all paid up members

as a way of helping our community create a more erosion resistant environment.


WHEN: Sunday, November 14th from 11AM -1PM

WHERE: 1774 Fairfield Beach Road

The best time to plant beach grass is when the air is cooler in early to mid November.

The FBRA is offering the following on a first come first serve basis. Each paid up member

of the FBRA can get one of the items below FREE - and can purchase additional plants,

as inventory allows, for $35.00 each. Please e-mail Becky at becky.bunnell@gmail.com

to pre-order and reserve your choice:


100 plugs of beach grass - Beach grass, (genus Ammophila), also called marram

grass, psamma, or sand reed, genus of two species of sand-binding plants in the grass
family (Poaceae). Beach grasses are coarse perennial plants about 1 meter (about 3.3
feet) tall. These are great to help keep your sand in place and are very salt tolerant.

They should be planted once cooler weather arrives in the fall , often 2 - 3 plugs together,
roughly 4 inches deep.

3 gallon tub of Rosa Rugosa - Rosa Rugosa is a suckering shrub which develops new
plants from the roots and forms dense thickets 1–1.50 m tall with stems densely covered
in numerous short, straight prickles 3–10 mm long. The flowers are pleasantly scented,
dark pink to white , with somewhat wrinkled petals; flowering occurs in spring. The
edible hips, which resemble cherry tomatoes, are large, 2–3 cm diameter, and often
shorter than their diameter, not elongated; in late summer and early autumn the plants
often bear fruit and flowers at the same time. The leaves typically turn bright yellow
before falling in autumn. These are also great for mitigating erosion and are very salt
tolerant.


3 gallon tub of Beach Plum - Prunus maritima is a deciduous shrub, in its
natural sand dune habitat growing 1–2 m (40–80 inches) high, although it can grow
larger, up to 4 m (160 inches or over 13 feet) tall, when cultivated in gardens.
The leaves are alternate, elliptical, 3–7 cm (1.2–2.8 inches) long and 2–4 cm (0.8–1.6
inches) broad, with a sharply toothed margin. They are green on top and pale below,
becoming showy red or orange in the autumn.