2019 Spring Newsletter

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 Native American Ceremonial Stone Landscapes
  • Amphibian Brigade: A Rainy Night in Spring on Fort Pond Road
  • SVT BioBlitz Discovery Days at Smith Property
  • The Book Corner
    • The Hidden Lives of Owls
    • Farming with Native Beneficial Insects

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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
  • LCT Photo Contest and Littleton Little Town Tree Hunt info
  • Hartwell Family Memorial Forest Scavenger Hunt – recap
  • LCT Apple Mashing and Hand Pressing Cider by Children at the Littleton Country Fair
  • The Book Corner
    • Greywater Green Landscape by Laura Allen
    • The Encyclopedia of Animal Predators by Janet Vorwald Dohner

2018 Fall Newsletter

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 Corner
    • Compact Farms: 15 Proven Plans for Market Farms on 5 Acres or Less by Josh Volk
    • Into the Nest: Intimate Views of the Courting, Parenting, and Family Lives of Familiar Birds by Laura Erickson & Marie Read

2018 Spring Newsletter

2017 Fall Newsletter

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
  • Littleton Little Town Tree Hunt
  • New Director of Land Stewardship: Jim O’Neil
  • The Book Corner
    • The Nashua River Canoe and Kayak Guide, including its tributaries: the Nissitissit, Squannacook, North Nashua, and Stillwater Rivers 6th edition, 2017, by Nashua River Watershed Association (NRWA) Staff

2017 Fall Newsletter

2017 Spring Newsletter

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)
  • Littleton Conservation News
  • Prouty Woods: A Family’s Legacy ~ Hidden Treasures Event
  • Owl Prowl and Other Adventures
  • The Book Corner
    • Cattail Moonshine & Milkweed Medicine: The Curious Stories of 43 Amazing North American Native Plants by Tammi Hartung
    • The Curious Nature Guide by Claire Walker Leslie

2017 Spring Newsletter