The Norwalk Land Trust, incorporated in 1973, preserves and protects open space.  With 27 parcels of open space throughout Norwalk, CT, it seeks to balance nature and development  for the benefit of Norwalk residents and future generations.  A tax-exempt non-profit organization, it is governed by  volunteer board of directors and invites you to help.



News and Events


Upcoming Lecture--- CANCELLED due to bad weather!!!!!

Join us on March 3rd for lecture on Migratory and Native Birds in Norwalk  March 3, 7 pm Rowayton Community Center, 33 Highland Avenue,Rowayton, CT.  Presentation by Katie Blake of Connecticut Audubon.


Rescheduled for Tuesday, March 31, 7 pm, Rowayton Community Center.




Harry the Heron, our wonderful parade puppet, pictured below, was created by volunteer Pamela Proctor.  Pamela and Midge Kennedy, Vice President, talk about how he was created and how he will be used.

Harry the Heron at Rowayton Parade 2014


Dave WinstonDave Winston from the Cove Island Wildlife Sanctuary in Stamford, CT was our speaker for our Annual Meeting, held on February 9th. What an incredible success story. Such speakers always inspire us to work harder.  Thank you Dave, for these Notes.


Norwalk Land Trust News Archives"


Your membership dollars support our land stewardship projects, semi-annual newsletter, and education and outreach programs.  It's easy to join!


Calling all birders…..
Sir Heron and Miss BitternWe have collected this bird list from 3 friends of Farm Creek Preserve. What have you spotted that is missing from the list? Please let us know. Thanks for your help.Click here for more