Hart Peninsula, Farm Creek Preserve - Rowayton
Photo by Rick Pank

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

 

 EXTRA  EXTRA  Annual Meeting has been postponed.   To be rescheduled soon.

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

We welcome Dave Winston, Founder of Cove Island Wildlife Sanctuary, as our speaker for the evening.

And we will thank Marny Smith for her 20 years of service to our organization.

 

 

 

We appreciate the dedication of volunteer Pamela Proctor, who created Harry the Heron, in 2014.  Enjoy this interview from Its relevant.com:

 http://norwalk.itsrelevant.com/content/21759/harry-the-heron-hopes-to-soar-more-in-norwalk

 

Speaking of birds, we are adding 2 new birds to our Farm Creek bird list:  the Black Swan and the Loon.

 

 

 

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!

 

 

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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