Spring 2003 Newsletter

In this issue:

  • Dr. Ed Bell Forum Featuring: Benjamin Kilham, Author of the Best Selling Book Among the Bears: Raising Orphan Cubs in the Wild
  • Who’s Watching You?
  • Preserving Littleton’s Agricultural Heritage by Julie Wormser and Rick Findlay
  • Another Reason to Preserve Farmland by Grant Marley
  • Our New England Stone Walls by Art Lazarus
  • LCT: A Historical Note by Henry Harvey, MD
  • LCT Spring 2003 Programs
  • Littleton’s Local Farms by Kathy Stevens
  • Book Reviews:
    • Inland Fishes of Massachusetts by Karsten E. Hartel, David B. Halliwell and Alan E. Launer (Review by Doreen Morse)
    • The Blooming Lawn: Creating a Flower Meadow by Yvette Verner (Review by Kathy Stevens)

Spring 2003 Newsletter

Fall 2002 Newsletter

In this issue:

  • Now That Days Are Colder by Doreen Morse
  • Living With Our Wild Neighbors by Kathy Stevens
  • Littleton Trails Updates by Art Lazarus
  • Book Reviews (by Kathy Stevens):
    • Solving Sprawl: Models of Smart Growth In Communities Across America by F. Kaid Benfield, Jutka Terris and Nancy Vorsanger
    • Aldo Leopold A Fierce Green Fire: An Illustrated Biography by Marybeth Lorbiecki

Fall 2002 Newsletter