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…Read more
27 people walked Oak Hill for about 2 hours on Saturday, November 4th, with LCT Trustee and Oak Hill Land Steward Bill Brown. The weather was good and hikers saw many of the highlights of Oak Hill including Tophet Chasm and Lookout Rock. Next guided walk is 11/11/17 at Nashoba…Read more
In this issue: • Bay Circuit Trail and Greenway • Annual Meeting with Multimedia Presentation • Cloverdale Awarded Boardwalk Grant • Littleton Conservation News • Calendar of Events • Renew Your Membership • Tribute to Art Lazarus • Invasive Aliens: Join the Resistance Part XIX Garlic Mustard Pulls •…Read more
Many thanks to the volunteers that came out today to Cloverdale to help clear loose rocks from the meadow to make it easier to mow and safer to walk. Many buckets of rocks were moved.Read more
Take your passion for conservation and Littleton to the next level. Consider joining LCT’s Board of Trustees where you will help us advocate for conservation, oversee our existing conserved properties and trails on our and the town’s conservation lands. Our mission is to promote Littleton’s rural character; to preserve its…Read more
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