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Long Lake in Winter

Unique Views of Long Lake

Three walkers joined leader and LCT Trustee Dustin Neild and trustee Scott Lewis for a walk on the ice through the backwater of Long Lake on Saturday, January 20, 2018. We saw parts of Long Lake that one cannot usually see up close unless they are willing to work a…

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Long Lake in Winter

Re-scheduled: Possible Winter hike to backwater marsh of Long Lake

Tentatively re-scheduled to Saturday, January 20, 2018 See event listing with required registration: https://littletonconservationtrust.org/events/long-lake-walk-registration-required/ See a part of Long Lake that you don’t normally experience up close! The recent extreme cold hasn’t been much fun but it has created an opportunity to see some areas not normally accessible on foot….

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Is LCT in your year-end giving plans?

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…

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11/25/2017 group hike at Sarah Doublet Forest

Nashoba Indian and Sarah Doublet Information

Hikers that joined our walk at Sarah Doublet Forest on Saturday got an introduction to some of the history of the land and its occupants over the years. For those that want to learn more, here are some useful resources: By Dan Boudillion: Nashoba Hill: The Hill that Roars Sarah…

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Children enjoying a glacial erratic on a hike.

Fall Walks Done: Winter Walks Being Planned

Thanksgiving weekend offered great weather for walking as our fall walk series wrapped up with a Black Friday walk at Long Lake Park and a Saturday walk at Sarah Doublet Forest. Over 30 walkers joined in on Friday and over 20 on Saturday. Some photos from the Sarah Doublet Forest…

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Upcoming Events

Public Event

Nagog Pond: A Case Study in the Regional Collaboration around Water

Sunday, February 25, 2018
11:30 am - 1:00 pm

First Parish Church, Concord MA

Date: Sunday, February 25 at 11:30 am Location: First Parish Church, Lexington Road, Concord Please join geoscientist Dr. Kim Kastens who will share her view of the Nagog Pond situation...

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Littleton Seed Library: Garden Hacks

Monday, February 26, 2018
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Reuben Hoar Library, Littleton MA

Have you heard of garden hacks but were afraid to ask what they are? Hacks are things used in the garden that are re-purposed from some other activity. You can...

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