Littleton Conservation Trust
Preserving the rural character of Littleton for current and future generations.
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 •
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
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
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
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
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
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.
From LCT Trustee and invasive species guru Rick Findlay: Many thanks to all who have been helping our effort to control Garlic Mustard on conservation lands and throughout town. Plants
In this issue: • 60th Anniversary Message • 60th Anniversary Picnic • 60th Anniversary Photo Contest • Wunnuhhew and the Sarah Doublet Forest • Think Back and Look Forward •
In this issue: • Change in leadership • Things to know about open spaces • Fifth annual Littleton Little Town Tree Hunt • Where will the Turtles go? • What’s
The LCT board of trustees is seeking new members. If you are a Littleton resident with a desire to help preserve conservation lands and educate the public about environmental issues,
In this issue: • Looking to the future • Concerns about Littleton’s limited open space • Never trust an unprotected piece of land • What’s happening at the Smith conservation