Littleton Conservation Trust
Preserving the rural character of Littleton for current and future generations.
In this issue: • Restoring an Old Grasssland at Long Lake Park by Art Lazarus • The Power of Lightning by Art Lazarus • Save Money and Conserve Family Lands
In this issue: • Envisioning the Future: Strategies for Retaining Small Town Character (annual meeting announcement) • Annual canoe trip announcement by Steve Sussman • Developing an Ethic of Land
In this issue: • Great Walking in Littleton by Henry Harvey, M.D. • Explore the Cobb Memorial Trail by Art Lazarus • Changes to the LCT Board of Trustees •
In this issue: • The Stonewall Initiative: Conserving New England’s Stone Wall Heritage presented by Professor Robert Thorson (annual meeting announcement) • Annual canoe trip announcement by Steve Sussman •
In this issue: • Improving Conservation Land in Littleton by Art Lazarus • The Fisher – Another Wild Resident of Littleton by Melissa Spurr • Membership Information — Time to
In this issue: • Saving Land Lowers Taxes: The Economic Benefits of Open Space and Your Local Tax Rate by Robert Levite, Esq • Alaska Wilderness: An Incredible Journey into
In this issue: • Prouty Woods Community Forest — A Success Story by Don MacIver • New Conservation Land Acquisition for the Trust (Cobb Property) by Art Lazarus • Littleton’s
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?
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