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  31 parcels of land, about 100 acres.     If a picture is worth a thousand words:  Click Here

 

 

SPRING EVENTS

  Annual Meeting on April 22 at Norwalk City Hall
6 pm meet and mingle;  6:45 Annual Meeting; 7:00 Speaker Louise Washer,President of the Norwalk River Watershed Association, will introduce us all to  Our Pollinator Pathway and how Norwalk residents can help.  IMG_4954
Clean  up on April 27at Farm Creek 10-12,  34 Sammis Street

Education Guide Training at Farm Creek Preserve on April 23 1-2 pm or April 25 11-12.  Details 

May 4, 3 pm Clean up   Site to be determined.

May 23 Lecture Series: Our Earth, Your Call continues at 7 pm at Rowayton Community Center, 33 Highland Avenue. ” Saving the South, Its Harbors and our Rivers”, featuring Dr. Sara Crosby, Director of Harbor Watch and Curt Johnson of Connecticut Fund for the Env ironment


White Barn Preserve

We are fundraising to purchase the beautiful 15 acre White Barn Preserve.  A running stream, Stony Brook, a one-acre pond, woodlands, meadows and wetlands.  A large parcel such as this one will provide habitat for many animals, birds, marine life, and insects.

 

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Make a pledge for one, two, and/or three years  We will remind you each Fall. Minimum pledge: $25.