Littleton Conservation Trust News


Next walk 11/4 at Oak Hill

Remaining walks in the fall guided walk series: 11/04/2017 – Oak Hill Guided Hike from 1pm to 3pm 11/11/2017 – Nashoba Woodlands Guided Hike from 1pm to 3pm 11/18/2017 – Prouty Woods Guided Walk from 1pm to 3pm 11/24/2017 – Black Friday Walk at Long Lake Park from 1pm to  Read more…

History in Stone at the Westford Museum

Reminders of Native American Life in Westford Sunday, October 29, 2017 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm Many Littleton residents have enjoyed resident Bill Vale’s LCTV shows and presentations at LCT events on geology and minerals. If you want to learn more about geology and Native Americans, Bill suggested an upcoming event  Read more…

Native American Pine Hawk Series at Acton Memorial Library

FROM HILLS TO ISLANDS: ANCIENT ADAPTATIONS BY NATIVE AMERICANS IN BOSTON HARBOR Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 7pm. Some 6,000 years ago Boston was well inland from the ocean, but as rising sea levels surrounded the hills east of Boston with tidal waters, ancient Native Americans adapted to and enjoyed  Read more…

Fall Walks Scheduled

Six Fall Walks October starts off with Sudbury Valley Trustees offering a fall wildflower walk on the George and Lucy Yapp Conservation Land in Littleton. LCT is offering five additional walks on the following Saturdays and Black Friday. Visit our events calendar for detailed information on these walks. Schedule 10/14/2017  Read more…

Provide Your Input: Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan

The National Park Service requires the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to complete a Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan every five years to remain eligible for funding from the Land and Water Conservation Fund grant program. Since the program was established in 1965, nearly $100,000,000 has been awarded to every county in  Read more…

Amazon Smile: Support conservation in Littleton at no cost to you

We appreciate your donations and memberships that enable us to further conservation in Littleton. Now you can support conservation another way just by shopping at Amazon.com. You can select Littleton Conservation Trust as the recipient of Amazon Smile program donations that Amazon makes. AmazonSmile Foundation will then donate 0.5% of  Read more…