Littleton Conservation Trust News


2017 Spring Newsletter

In this issue: • Boxes for Littleton’s Cavity Nesters: Ducks, Kestrels, Swallows, and Bluebirds    • Please vote for Williams Land Acquisition (Article 21 at Annual Town Meeting)    • Littleton Conservation News.    • Prouty Woods: A Family’s Legacy ~ Hidden Treasures Event    • Owl Prowl and Other  Read more…

New Store

New! Show your support with LCT clothing and other merchandise. You can now purchase merchandise with the Littleton Conservation Trust logo. Profits from merchandise sales go to our general fund for conservation work here in Littleton. You can access our store at Cafepress here: http://www.cafepress.com/littletonconservationtrust This is our first foray  Read more…

Take action: Conservation Land Tax Credit Amendment

Take action now to help protect upcoming land conservation opportunities in Littleton the way over 10,000 acres have already been protected: Massachusetts State Representative Gailanne Cariddi filed an amendment to the state budget to increase the cap for the successful Conservation Land Tax Credit program. Full details and a sample  Read more…

Upcoming Events

Several new walks have been added for this spring. Please note that some walks are in partnership with AMC and require registration (free in these cases) by contacting the coordinator listed in the event description on their site. Links are provided in the individual event listings where needed. You can  Read more…

Cache In Trash Out April 22-30, Sept. 23 – Oct. 1

Are you an active Geocacher in Littleton? Interested in organizing a Cache In Trash Out (CITO) event on a conservation property in town? Let’s talk! This year’s CITO weeks are April 22-30 and September 23 – October 1. Geocachers gather during these weeks to pick up trash, remove invasive species,  Read more…

Fresh Snow = Outdoor Fun

We’ve had plenty of snow this week with more to come this weekend. Snow makes for good wildlife tracking. An enjoyable thing to do in the snow, besides sledding or skiing, is to look for fresh animal tracks. You might see deer, rabbit, turkey, the neighbor’s dog or cat, bobcat,  Read more…