Littleton Open Space and Recreation Plan Public Survey

June 13, 2023

The Littleton Open Space and Recreation Plan committee needs your input! They are collecting data for the vision and goals of the 2023 Open Space and Recreation Plan. This 5

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Remembering Grant Marley

April 27, 2023

Former LCT Trustee Grant Marley passed away on Sunday, April 23, 2023. Grant will be missed by many who had the privilege of going on a bird walk with him

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2023 Spring Newsletter

April 26, 2023

In this issue: • Lifetime Achievement Award: Rick Findlay   • Upcoming Events   • History of the Nashobah Praying Indians Book   • Conservation Restrictions Explained   • Invasive Task Force   • Media

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Pull this plant: Garlic Mustard

April 12, 2023

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

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2022 Fall Newsletter

December 23, 2022

In this issue: • A new way to think about your yard   • 60th Anniversary Photo Contest Winner: Andrea Curran   • The Littleton Conservation Trust and You: A partnership   •

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Watch the 2022 LCT Annual Meeting Video

November 15, 2022

The 2022 Littleton Conservation Trust Annual Meeting was on November 9th on Zoom. The meeting was recorded. The video has the business meeting, a slideshow of some nature around town

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Outdoor Recreation Survey

November 7, 2022

The National Park Service requires the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to complete a Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) every five years to remain eligible for funding from the Land and

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Pull Garlic Mustard in Autumn

November 6, 2022

Littleton Conservation Trust continues to recruit volunteers to control the spread of invasive plant species. Our current top priority is stopping the spread of Garlic Mustard, one of the most

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Your Input Needed: Littleton Bicycle and Pedestrian Survey

November 4, 2022

The Town of Littleton in partnership with the Metropolitan Area Planning Council is developing a bicycle and pedestrian master plan. Your input is needed! Let’s make walking, biking, and rolling

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Level 3 Drought

August 12, 2022

Massachusetts Drought Status From CISMA-SuAsCo Due to five months of below normal rainfall, Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) Secretary Bethany Card declared a Level 3 – Critical Drought in the

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“Be a Tree” Storybook Walk ends today

July 1, 2022

Due to the rain forecast for Saturday, the “Be a Tree” Storybook Walk at Yapp will be taken down today, July 1st, at 4:30pm instead of tomorrow at 5pm.

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