Let’s make 2019 our best year yet!
The Middlesex Land Trust’s 2019 Annual Meeting was held on Saturday, April 27th, at the deKoven House in Middletown, CT. A hike on our Sellew Preserve in East Hampton, CT, followed the meeting. A short business meeting was followed by a presentation by Paul Colburn, Master Wildlife Conservationist, on black bears in Connecticut. The presentation was very informative and provided many great tips on how to co-exist with the growing black bear population in our own backyards! For more information, including tips provided by Paul Colburn during and after his presentation, please see our “Recent Posts” section of the website.
Become a member or donate now to help us to conserve more land, steward the land we have already protected, and share these beautiful properties with our community!
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WE COULDN’T DO IT WITHOUT YOU!
If you are not a member, please join us in our mission to
conserve open space in Northern Middlesex County!
And if you are already a member – don’t forget to renew your membership!
And please ask a friend to join us with a membership in the land trust!
The Middlesex Land Trust’s mission is to preserve open space in Northern Middlesex County by identifying, protecting, and maintaining significant natural features such as wetlands, scenic areas, critical wildlife habitats, prime farmland, and unique geological formations. The Land Trusts accepts donations of property as well as conservation easements to ensure that these lands remain in open space for the benefit and enjoyment of future generations.
The Middlesex Land Trust, 27 Washington Street, Middletown, CT 06457 (860) 343-7537