Littleton Conservation Trust
Preserving the rural character of Littleton for current and future generations.
Garlic Mustard is an invasive species that takes over by poisoning the soil with toxins that prevent native plants. The best time to pull it is right now before it
LCT Vice President Rick Findlay enhanced his walking stick to double as a garlic mustard puller. If you want to help control garlic mustard but have trouble reaching it, you
Getting outside for fresh air and exercise can be therapeutic and our trails are open for use. We have temporarily amended the rules for everyone’s safety. Please follow these modifications
Fran Meyers and Rick Hetz have completed 20 trails making them the first two people to achieve the Littleton Trails Hiking Challenge! The challenge is to complete 20 hikes from
The Littleton Select Board passed an order requiring all dogs to remain on leash during the Covid-19 Crisis. This is not a permanent change to the leash bylaw. The change
Do not be alarmed if you see surveyor activity at Sarah Doublet Forest this Spring. Littleton Conservation Trust has engaged the services of David E. Ross Associates to survey the
Amy Green, Littleton’s Conservation Agent, has created a page on the town website listing places, activity ideas, walks and more to do in and around Littleton. As long as you
Help us map the invasive species in Littleton and, optionally, help us eradicate these invasives. Garlic Mustard is our current focus but report any invasives so we can map them
Covid-19 is disrupting our normal activities and raising anxiety. LCT doesn’t have any events scheduled in the near future so we don’t have any cancellations to announce at this time.
The Lowell Sun published an article about Littleton resident, NEFF Board Member, LCT Vice President and volunteer Rick Findlay.
Littleton Conservation Trust (LCT) News Trustee Rick Findlay manages LCT’s Invasive Control Program. Littleton is not immune to the rampant destruction caused by invasive plants such as Mile-a-Minute vine, Glossy
No doubt, most of us are familiar with one of Littleton’s largest conservation areas, Sarah Doublet Forest. Its woodlands and trails are spread over 96 beautiful acres. But, how much