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


Looking for something fun to do on the weekend of September 13? 

LiveGreen comes to Taylor Farm Park, with hundred of wonderful exhibitors-- all dealing with living a greener life.

Fun for children of all ages, and you will definitely learn something important!  Music, Food, Cars, and the Norwalk Land Trust.

Saturday, September 13 and Sunday, September 14.  Visit their website for details.  See you then!  http:\\www.livegreenct.org





The NLT has ended its contract to purchase 2 Nearwater Road.  We will be contacting donors to arrange refunds very soon.



You haven't seen the last of Harry, our Farm Creek Blue Heron.  He will join us on every parade and activity because protecting his habitat is important to every member of the Norwalk Land Trust.



Major Norwalk city cleanup.  Come over and help.  Saturday, September 20th at 9 am at Oyster Shell Park in South Norwalk, near the Maritime Aquarium.  It is part of an international day of cleaning up our oceans and inlets and reporting exactly what kind of trash we find. You wear the long pants and shirts and gloves, and we will provide bags, and 'grabbers', food and water.



Every Friday morning at Schoendorf Preserve  9:30 am.  We are attacking invasives and pruning trails. Come and learn. 34 Sammis Street.

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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