Mission: The Norwalk Land Trust seeks to balance nature and development by acquiring land and preserving it in its natural state for the benefit of Norwalk residents and future generations.
News and Events
SAVE THE DATE: Annual Meeting for the Norwalk Land Trust will be Monday evening, 6:30 pm, January 26th, 2015, at Norwalk City Hall.
We are going to revise our By-Laws at the Annual Meeting. Members: please read them over - red means it is to be added, other parts are crossed out. ByLaws Revised Dec. 2014
NOW is a good time to plant your milkweed seeds.
The Land Trust lost a great volunteer recently. Phil Roberts was always in the center of things, here in a cleanup at Farm Creek.
We are always on the lookout for Norwalk property to preserve as open space. As you see by our map, there is always room for more!
Holiday Ideas: A very thoughtful hostess gift is the 2015 Norwalk Land Trust Calendar. Now on Sale for $15. ByLaws Revised Dec. 2014
The Merritt Parkway: The Road That Shaped a Region is a new book by locals Jill Smyth and Laurie Heiss, published on the road's 80th birthday. Norwalk Land Trust's properties include two adjacent to the Merritt at Chestnut Hill Road. And the Parkway is one of the largest open-space parcels in the state -- well worth considering, and preserving. About $20 at Barnes & Noble and other bookstores.
Calling all birders….. We 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