Littleton Conservation Trust
Preserving the rural character of Littleton for current and future generations.
In this issue: • LCT and LHS spotlighted at Freedom’s Way Annual Meeting • LCT Annual Meeting Friday, 11/8/19 at Littleton High School • Progress at Nagog Hill Orchard at
In this issue: • Smith Conservation Land: Managing the Future • Protecting & Preserving Your Town’s Indigenous Ceremonial Stone Landscape • Upcoming Walks • LCT Awarded Grant for Preservation of
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
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.
In this issue: • Bay Circuit Trail and Greenway • Annual Meeting with Multimedia Presentation • Cloverdale Awarded Boardwalk Grant • Littleton Conservation News • Calendar of Events •
In this issue: • Boxes for Littleton’s Cavity Nesters: Ducks, Kestrels, Swallows, and Bluebirds • Please vote for Williams Land Acquisition (Article 21 at Annual Town Meeting) •
In this issue: • Encountering Otters on Long Lake. • Conservation Land Campaign and Urgent Need. • Gallery 529 to Host Charitable Art Benefit for LCT. •
In this issue: • “Gifts of the Glacier” LCT Annual Meeting • Oak Hill Tophet Chasm – Littleton’s Grand Natural Wonder • LCTV Video On Demand – Virtual Walks and
In this issue: • Another Hidden Treasure • LCT Trustee Emeritus Virginia Sprong turns 100! • Sarah Doublet’s Nashoba Village – Hidden Treasure Event Recap • Littleton Conservation News •
In this issue: • Sarah Doublet’s Nashoba Village Hidden Treasure • Annual Meeting featuring “New England Wildlife” • Littleton Conservation News • LCT Seeking Volunteers • Wildlife Habitat Program Launched
In this issue: • New Year’s Day Open House for All by Don MacIver • Spring Programs Revisited: Backyard Bears by Gerry Cavallo • Snowplowers Needed: Adopt a Trailhead by
In this issue: • Eyes on Owls: Owls of the World by Don MacIver • Fourth Grade Field Trip to Nashoba Woodlands by Rick Findlay and Kathy Stevens • Littleton