Littleton Conservation Trust
Preserving the rural character of Littleton for current and future generations.
We have received some great photos from the recent Scavenger Hunt at the Hartwell Memorial Family Preserve. Thank you to Merilee Wright and Cindy Proulx, our winners of the photo
LCT Trustee Rick Findlay shared these photos of wildflowers he saw while out walking. This time of year the flora and fauna are active and make for many interesting sights
LCT Vice President and active volunteer Rick Findlay recently captured this image of three Pileated Woodpeckers on one tree.
Littleton Conservation Trust operated Henry Harvey’s cider press, with apples donated by Nagog Hill Orchard, and promoted Littleton’s conservation lands at the Littleton Country Fair. Children were excited to operate
This is the bobcat that Scott Lewis spotted last winter in his backyard and, once, on his front porch! It is back in the area between Nashoba Road and Great
Littleton Conservation Trust invites you to share your photos of Littleton’s Conservations Lands and other conservation and nature images. We can only accept digital image files. If you send us