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 29 parcels of land, about 100 acres.
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Tuesday October 1, 6:30 check in, 7 pm Screening, at Darien Library. Andrew Nisker, Toronto-born writer, director and producer, specializes in environmental issue; and his latest film, Ground War takes a personal turn in examining the overuse of pesticides in green spaces such as golf courses. Free, first come, first served.
Wednesday October 30, Dr. Diane Lewis comes to Rowayton Community Center, 33 Highland Road, Norwalk, 7 pm. In her new book The Great Healthy Yard Project, she encourages all parents help get chemicals out of our drinking water. She will examine what the evidence is and what steps each of us can take. One of the biggest gifts we can give our children is clean water.
Let’s create a Pollinator Pathway through Norwalk. Learn all about it by clicking here. Plant some native plants and stop using pesticides and other harmful chemicals on your lawn. That’s it!
Now you have taken a true step to help the planet. Purchase a sign ($10) to show your support of pollinators and be part of the pathway through Connecticut.
Campaign for 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.