Let’s make 2019 our best year yet!

The Middlesex Land Trust’s 2019 Annual Meeting
Saturday, April 27th at 9:30 AM
deKoven House
27 Washington Street
Middletown, CT 06457
Coffee and refreshments will be provided, before a short business meeting at 9:30, and a presentation by our guest speaker, Paul Colburn, Master Wildlife Conservationist. The topic of his presentation is “Black Bears in Connecticut”. Mr. Colburn will focus on the natural history of black bears in Connecticut, an overview of black bear habitat, diet, behavior, and reproduction, as well as current research efforts. He will provide practical recommendations for optimum coexistence with our black bear population; an important topic for land trust properties and neighboring landowners, as black bears re-establish their range in many of the towns in The Middlesex Land Trust’s service area.
Bring your hiking shoes! After the meeting at the deKoven House, we will be heading out to enjoy the land we work so hard to protect. Join us on a hike at Sellew Preserve in East Hampton at noon.

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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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