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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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Estate Planning & Planned Giving presentation

Wondering how to support your favorite charity in your estate plan? A free presentation titled “Estate Planning & Planned Giving” is being offered on Thursday, November 30th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at First Church Unitarian in Littleton. This presentation will describe the fundamentals of estate planning and strategies for planned…

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LCT Annual Meeting: e-Awakening and Environmental Heroes

On Thursday, November 16th at the Littleton High School Auditorium, the Littleton Conservation Trust hosted a crowd for our Annual Meeting, followed by a multimedia presentation by e-Awakening which highlighted the Bay Circuit Trail, a 230 mile emerald necklace path through Massachusetts between Duxbury and Plum Island in Newburyport.  …

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Beaver pond photo from Cobb Trust

20 hikers join LCT for a brisk Nashoba Woodlands hike

Despite the first real cold weather of the season, 20 hikers joined a guided hike led by LCT Vice President Rick Findlay on Saturday, November 11th at Nashoba Woodlands. Rick was accompanied by LCT Trustee Fran Meyers, LCT Director of Land Stewardship Jim O’Neil, and volunteers Karen O’Neil and Lori…

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