Donate Now: Ensure the Smith Land is always open

LCT and SVT are working together to save the Edith and Paul Smith property (excerpted from story in LCT’s Fall 2018 Newsletter) Donate to help SVT acquire the Smith Land Why is this land a high priority for acquisition? Edith and Paul Smith amassed some 60 acres of magnificent land …
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Newsletter and Membership Volunteers Needed

Littleton Conservation Trust is looking for skilled volunteers to help with our newsletter and recruiting and retaining members. If you have experience in either area or related skills and the desire to learn and can donate a few hours a month, please contact us. If you’ve always wanted to help …
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2018 Fall Newsletter

In this issue: • Saving Edith and Paul Smith Property LCT and SVT Working Together   • Annual Meeting ~ Eyes On Owls: Friday 11/16   • Littleton Conservation News   • LCT Volunteer Opportunities   • Who Are These People? Over 100 Conservation Volunteers!   • Hike at Oak Hill Conservation Land – recap   …
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Hartwell Scavenger Hunt

We have received some great photos from the recent Scavenger Hunt at the Hartwell Memorial Family Preserve. Thank you to Merilee Wright and Cindy Proulx, our winners of the photo contest. Merilee submitted – Cousins Bonding Time on the Old Stone Bridge and Cindy’s photo features her daughters Amy and …
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Tiny scene in Sarah Doublet Forest

LCT Photo Contest

Littleton Conservation Trust is holding a photo contest! Enter your best photos taken on conservation properties in Littleton in 2018. Enter the 2018 LCT Photo Contest and see your photo on our website and at our annual meeting! All entries must be received by end of day on November 5, …
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Upcoming Events

Public Event

Amphibian Crossing

Saturday, March 23, 2019 - Sunday, April 14, 2019
All Day

Every March or April, usually when it is a rainy night and temperatures are over 40 degrees F, amphibians like frogs and salamanders move to their breeding grounds, vernal pools....
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Presentation on Natural History of Vernal Pools

Saturday, April 6, 2019
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Oak Meadow School, Littleton MA

Learn about the dynamic natural history of vernal pools. What animals, amphibians, and life forms depend on the cycle of the vernal pool? Learn about this unique habitat that supports...
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Vernal Pool Field Trip

Saturday, April 13, 2019
9:00 am - 11:00 am

Pickard Lane entrance to the Cobb Forest, Littleton MA

OMS teacher and naturalist Stephen DeFlorio will be your guide for an exciting field study of the vernal pool system at local Cobb Conservation. Students and their parents will use...
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Guided Walk

Oak Hill Hike

Saturday, April 20, 2019
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Oak Hill, Littleton MA

Walk along the edge of the deep Tophet Chasm, visit the highest point in Littleton, and enjoy the views at Lookout Rock. Meet at kiosk in parking lot on Oak...
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Guided Walk

Kids Journey to Fort Rock

Saturday, May 4, 2019
10:00 am - 11:30 am

George and Lucy Yapp Conservation Land, Littleton MA

Explore George and Lucy Yapp Conservation Land and journey to Fort Rock, a favorite for children of all ages to use as fort of course! 4 years and up, accompanied...
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