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Preserving Lincoln’s rural character

Upcoming Events

Fern Walk at Stony Brook South

Fern Walk at Stony Brook South

Thursday, September 27, 2018
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Event Details

Ellen and Jim Meadors will lead a 1-2 mile walk where participants will see and learn to identify around 12 species of ferns that grow in Lincoln. Most are common, but a few uncommon ones will be seen as well. Fern identification is fun to do in New England! There are ... Read more


Noticing Walk with John Calabria

Noticing Walk with John Calabria

Tuesday, October 2, 2018
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Event Details

Join us for this popular series of gently paced noticing walks guided by John Calabria on Lincoln's conservation land. These walks are about the journey and not the destination! Unplug and disconnect from the world for a while and let your senses come alive in nature. Walk locations will be ... Read more


Noticing Walk with John Calabria

Noticing Walk with John Calabria

Tuesday, November 6, 2018
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Event Details

Join us for this popular series of gently paced noticing walks guided by John Calabria on Lincoln's conservation land. These walks are about the journey and not the destination! Unplug and disconnect from the world for a while and let your senses come alive in nature. Walk locations will be ... Read more


Noticing Walk with John Calabria

Noticing Walk with John Calabria

Tuesday, December 4, 2018
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Event Details

Join us for this popular series of gently paced noticing walks guided by John Calabria on Lincoln's conservation land. These walks are about the journey and not the destination! Unplug and disconnect from the world for a while and let your senses come alive in nature. Walk locations will be ... Read more


Recent Updates

Just Spotted Online! September 2018 Wildlife Column!

Gwyn Loud, Trustee of the Lincoln Land Conservation Trust and Rural Land Foundation, has been writing a wildlife column for the Lincoln Journal since 2008. We are pleased to now additionally feature her column on the homepage of the LLCT website! Gwyn welcomes your sightings, pictures, and questions at 781-259-8690 or gwyn_loud@comcast.net. Gwyn has been birding

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Twist-and-Shout! Twisted Tree is coming to Lincoln!

Named after the Catalpa tree outside the Lincoln Public Library, the Twisted Tree Cafe is coming to Lincoln! A great communal spot to meet friends and neighbors, Twisted Tree will be serving up healthy food for all diets, including gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, dairy-free, keto, and paleo options. Twisted Tree is also offering healthy choices for

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Ready…Set…Go! Registration is Open

Registration for this year’s Scarecrow Classic 5k is open! Register HERE. Race day is Sunday, October 14th at 9:30 AM.  Our popular tech shirt is guaranteed if you sign up before October 2nd.  The race route winds through the scenic roads, fields, and trails of Lincoln. Colorfully decorated scarecrows along the course guide participants through

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Impressive Numbers in Garlic Mustard Management, Thank You!

LLCT brings you the fourth video in a series about garlic mustard. It’s now mid-June and the garlic mustard plant has gone to seed, although the seeds have not yet dispersed; thus, there is still time to pull and bag, if you can! Thank you Lincoln community for your management efforts this season; we are

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New “Wild About Lincoln” Pocket Naturalist Guide Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE A New Pocket Naturalist Guide Showcases Species Found in Lincoln Lincoln, MA, Thursday, June 14, 2018. Lincoln Land Conservation Trust (LLCT) presents a new publication, “Wild About Lincoln:  An Introduction to Familiar Species” pocket naturalist guide. The guide is a unique learning tool that identifies species found commonly in Lincoln in a

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