Littleton Conservation Trust News


Conservation Land Campaign Complete – You did it!

With your generous support, we achieved the goal of the LCT land conservation campaign! Thank you to all that donated or shared the need with others. The campaign is now closed. If you wish to join as a member or make a general donation, you can always visit http://littletonconservationtrust.org/donate/ What’s  Read more…

2016 Fall / Winter Newsletter

In this issue: • Encountering Otters on Long Lake.    • Conservation Land Campaign and Urgent Need.    • Gallery 529 to Host Charitable Art Benefit for LCT.    • Littleton Conservation News.    • Renew Your LCT Membership, Donate or Provide a Memorial Gift.    • Owl Prowl and  Read more…

Website Refresh

You may have noticed that the LCT website looks different. We’ve updated the site to be even more mobile device friendly and easier to manage. Most content is in the same place you’ve found it in the past. If you notice anything broken or can’t find something you are looking  Read more…

Owl Prowl postponed due to weather

With very cold temperatures, gusty winds and 5-8″ of forecasted snow, we’ve decided to postpone the Owl Prowl that was scheduled for this evening. Even if we humans were up to facing the weather, it is doubtful we’d find any owls under the forecasted conditions. We will seek a new  Read more…

Year-end: Time to renew memberships or make a donation

As an all volunteer nonprofit, every dollar you donate to Littleton Conservation Trust goes towards conservation, events for the public to enjoy conservation lands and conservation education. LCT memberships are tax deductible donations. Whether renewing your membership or simply making a donation, this is a good time of year to  Read more…

Cloverdale History and Visual Tour

Learn the history of Cloverdale and take a visual tour with this presentation from Jim O’Neil: https://sway.com/wU59XjxcP3NeDbEd As you may know, Cloverdale is in the process of being returned to a meadow and trails from the overgrown tangle of invasives it had become. Contractors were hired for the major work  Read more…