2018 Spring Newsletter

In this issue: • Let the Landscape Speak Event recap   • The story of Fort Rock at Nashoba Woodlands   • Littleton Conservation News   • Social Life of Bears – Dr. Ben Kilham    • Hidden Treasures Event at Nashoba Woodlands: Featuring Yapp and Cobb Families’ Conservation Areas   • The Book …
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Nashoba Trail Community Service Trail Day

This day of service is for Trail work on the new Nashoba Trail connecting Acton’s Trail Through Time at Bruce Freeman Rail Trail with Littleton’s Sarah Doublet Forest. While the work is in Acton, this work will eventually lead to being able get to Acton trails and the Bruce Freeman …
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Hartwell Family Memorial Preserve St. Patrick’s Day Hike

On Saturday, March 17th, there were leprechauns, snowshoers and hikers in the Hartwell Family Memorial Preserve in Littleton! Jim O’Neil, LCT Director of Land Stewardship, Dwight Long and Dan Hurley, Hartwell Land Stewards and Scott Lewis, LCT Trustee, guided a snowshoe and hike for 17 enthusiastic people from Littleton and …
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Spring Guided Walks

Tired of winter? Ready to get back outdoors? We’re finalizing the details and will add these to the calendar in the next few days. For now, here’s something to put on the calendar and look forward to! St. Patrick’s Day Walk at Hartwell Family Memorial Preserve Saturday, March 17, 2018 …
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Storm Damage

Due to tonight’s strong winds, there may be some downed trees and limbs on the trails. Please be alert, watch for limbs hanging in trees and stay safe.  If you find any obstacles while hiking over the next few days, please report the issue to us on the Littleton Conservation …
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Upcoming Events

Guided Walk

Free Public Walks at the Smith Property

Tuesday, June 19, 2018
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Tour the site of a new Sudbury Valley Trustees' conservation project in Littleton with SVT's Ashley Davies. Great habitat—we may even see signs of beaver activity. Free, registration requested at...
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