Littleton Conservation Trust News


Art Lazarus, Director of Land Stewardship

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Art Lazarus.   Arthur G. Lazarus, Jr., age 82, died July 22, 2017, at home with his loving wife by his side. He was the devoted husband of Janice E. (Putnam) Lazarus with whom he shared fifty-nine years of  Read more…

Webinar: Using buffers to control water pollution

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) has arranged a three-part webinar series to continue an ongoing dialogue regarding the use of buffers to improve water quality. Part 1: Restoration Two local programs will share example projects and programs that are improving buffers. Brian Hotz of Merrimack Conservation  Read more…

Tracks in Time: Nashoba video available on-demand

Electa Tritsch produced “Nashoba” as part of the Tracks in Time series available from Concord Carlisle TV. This video is about the Nashoba / Newtown Indian Village in Littleton, at the Acton border, including Nashoba, Fort and Long Ponds. There are interviews with Dan Boudillion and John Hanson Mitchell. To  Read more…

River Month: Free events

There are dozens of free events on the weekend of June 17th and 18th in celebration of the designation of the Sudbury-Assabet-Concord (SuAsCo) River as a Wild and Scenic River. Experience the river through a variety of means: free canoe/ kayak and pontoon boating; walk with Thoreau along the Middlesex  Read more…

Pull Garlic Mustard Now

From LCT Trustee Rick Findlay, Now is the time to pull Garlic Mustard to prevent it from spreading around town. If you see it on trails, please pull it and send its location to us. Consider adopting your road if it has Garlic Mustard, and start a multiyear project to  Read more…