Welcome to the Norwalk Land Trust website. We acquire land and preserve it in its natural state for the benefit of Norwalk, CT residents, now and forever. We currently steward or take care of 28 parcels of land, about 90 acres.
The Norwalk Land Trust lost a very good friend. Roger Wilcox, 97, died on August 28th, 2017. We will join others in celebration of his life on October 21st, 1 pm, Harbor View Clubhouse, 26 Harbor View Avenue. A fascinating man, who made a difference.
Join us for Sunset – the Fall Equinox – Friday, September 22nd from 6 pm to 7:45 pm At Farm Creek, 34 Sammis Street. Music/refreshments.
Our Education Program with 4th graders has concluded. Another fabulous spring of learning and having fun. Hundreds of youngsters learning in the classroom and on the field trip. Our short video gives you the gist…
Our three acre island located in Long Island Sound between Wilson Point and Village Creek is important and threatened habitat. Ten bird species–endangered,threatened, or species of concern– forage and nest here, including the American Bald Eagle. It is a nesting habitat for the Diamondback Terrapin. We are committed to cleaning up the contamination discovered there.
We have a remediation plan ready for implementation if we get funding. Please be part of our solution.
<strong.Click above to donate to Hoyt Island Restoration Fund.
Remembering the Campaign for Farm Creek. Continuing thanks to Don Nash for this wonderful 2009 video about Farm Creek and why it was all worth it!