2022 Autumn Landmark Newsletter Annual Meeting: October 2, 2022 Whip-Poor-Will Woods Achieves Recognition NCLT Properties to Join National Forest Preservation Movement
2022 LANDMARK NEWSLETTER In this issue: 2020 Census Shows that Land is the Answer; Nipmuck Woods “Adventure Trail”; Andover Property Transfer Completed; 2022 Outing Schedule “Colors are the smiles of nature.” (Leigh Hunt)
Introduction to the Family Land Protection Process 2022 Your Family Land Brochure Published by The Last Green Valley, Connecticut Land Conservation Council, Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut.
2022 Outing/Events Schedule
NCLT Annual Report 2021 In Memoriam: Wes Smith and Ingrid Aarrastad; thank you to our pro bono law firms; new Bird Field Conservation Area information; list of Board members;
Download the pdf of the 2021 March Landmark. In this issue: Trust Again Selected for Target Circle Program Vernon Scouts Hike Valley Falls Lookout Matching Grant Received from Private Donor Talcottville Bridge Replacement Begins (Vernon) Reminders: Deductions, Donations and Amazon Smile 2021 Outing Schedule 2021 March Landmark Newsletter
The Annual Meeting was held in Somers on 9/22/19. After a social and brief meeting to elect directors, Dr. Richard Cowles gave a presentation about invasive species. This enlightening and rather scary discussion alerted us to the ever growing danger of invasives. Read more about Dr. Cowles >>