January 2020 Wildlife Column: Christmas Bird Count Numbers are in!

Written by Gwyn Loud for the Lincoln Land Conservation Trust. She welcomes your sightings and questions at 781-259-8690 or at gwynloud555 (at) gmail.com.  Weather once again gave us surprises during the past month.  January 11 and 12  broke records for warm temperatures, getting above 70º F, to the enjoyment of cyclists and runners. Visitors at Drumlin Farm … Read more

River Blue Resources

Thank you Heather Ring for compiling these resources. At LLCT’s last movie night, we had lively discussion about the environmental and human costs of fast fashion, and what we can do about it! Below are some great sources for finding ethical clothing: NewStandard Institute  www.newstandardinstitute.org Fashion Heroes www.fashionheroes.eco check out their Find Great Clothes tab … Read more

Lincoln Pollinator Action Plan: Planting the Way for Biodiversity and Climate Resilience

LLCT is pleased to announce our new pollinator corridor initiative! This project is developed in partnership with Evan Abramson of LandscapeInteractions and Dr. Robert Gegear, a professor of biology at UMASS Dartmouth. We propose to rebuild functionally diverse native ecosystems with site-specific pollinator habitat designs, which will be based on scientific study of plant-pollinator ecology … Read more

October 2019 Wildlife Column: Fall Migrations

Written by Gwyn Loud for the Lincoln Land Conservation Trust. She welcomes your sightings and questions and pictures at 781-259-8690 or at gwynloud555 at gmail.com. The past month has seen great fluctuations in temperatures, with unusual heat (upper 80s) on the first day of fall, and patches of killing frost in low-lying areas on Oct. … Read more

Summer 2019 Stewardship Highlights

LLCT’s summer interns Andrew and Graham were busy as bees this summer, despite persistent rain in June and heat in July! Summer stewardship work is an important part of conservation, as LLCT advances land management goals, keeps invasive plants at bay, and makes sure that trails are in good condition. Some highlights include: Invasive Water … Read more

Meadow Minute

Check out the PFP Meadow in July 2019! A quick look around and we found many neat bumblebees, butterflies, dragonflies, and more!