Welcome to Prouty Woods, home of New England Forestry Foundation (NEFF) and the Littleton Community Farm (LCF) at the historic center of Littleton. Explore Prouty Woods with guided walks, or on your own on posted trails. Enjoy the expansive views of Mount Watatic and Monadnock from Wilderness Hill. Hike trails to learn about the geology of drumlins and other glacial features. Walk to Long Lake for a Native American story and children’s craft, recalling the Nashoba Indians who once lived here. Learn, Grow, Volunteer at LCF.
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Sign up at www.littletoncommunityfarm.org for a medicinal herb walk or children’s farm class. Drop in for a tour and hands-on planting experience. Join NEFF for a tour of its forest management activities. Learn how the forest has changed over the centuries and how sustainable forestry practices promote a healthy forest and wildlife diversity. Visit the Prouty house to find out more about five generations of the Prouty Family that lived in Littleton.
For orientation and directions to activities visit the Hidden Treasures Welcome Table (“WT” on the map).
Freedom’s Way (www.FreedomsWay.org) connects the people, places and communities of the Heritage Area through preservation, conservation and educational initiatives to protect and promote our shared resources and to encourage residents and visitors to explore our landscape, history and culture. The Freedom’s Way Heritage Association works in partnership with the National Park Service to support the Freedom’s Way National Heritage Area in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.