Watertown Land Trust

Recent and Upcoming Events



















UPCOMING EVENTS: 

 

WLT Spring Hike

Saturday, May 12, 2018 at 2pm. Meet at the corner of Plungis Road and Franson Road in North Watertown. We will walk down to observe a portion of Peck's Swamp, which will soon be protected once the Land Trust has complied with all the requirements from the state of Connecticut.  Then we will walk up Franson Road to the new young forest land created by Bill and Shelley Hedberg.  This is a short hike to a portion of Watertown that may not be familiar to many of you. You could add more info about the importance of young forestland to so many species of endangered birds, mammals, and amphibians.

 

 

 

 

RECENT EVENTS:

 

UPPER NONEWAUG PRESERVE IMPROVEMENTS

 Many thanks to Eagle Scout candidate John Vito and Boy Scout Troop 52 for their work improving the Hickory Lane access to the Upper Nonewaug trail. A sign and a trail map box were erected and two park benches were installed.

 


Earth Day Cleanup WLT Schienda Property  

    Thanks to Hu and Gail Sangree, Day and Craig Palmer, Jeff Wilson, Mike Crowe, and Chuck Schall for their cleanup work at the WLT Schienda property on Hinman Road in Watertown. Trails were cleared and invasive plants and litter was removed including tires and barbed wire. Many thanks to Jim Proe for installing our new sign.

Our new Schienda Property Sign.
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Our new Upper Nonewaug Preserve Sign.
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The Formal opening of the Florence Crowell Trail at Willowbrook development was conducted on Saturday April 28th at 3PM. The event was sponsored by the Watertown Land Trust and Watertown Historical Society. Below are pictures of dedication.
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LAND ACQUISITION !

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The Watertown Land Trust has purchased 41 acres of the Osuch farmland property located on the Watertown/Bethlehem border.
Thank You
Everyone for your help and support !

 

Be sure to check this page often for meeting dates and other fun and interesting seminars and events sponsored by The Watertown Land Trust!

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To become a Watertown Land Trust member, donate land, make a contribution or volunteer your time or services, please see our "Getting Involved" page.