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 … Read more

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 … Read more

People for Pollinators Meadow Update

LLCT staff and our summer intern, Mac, headed out to the People for Pollinators meadow this week to prepare a new bed for plugs of Butterfly Weed (Asclepias tuberosa). Also in bloom are the Baptisia, Golden Alexanders, Penstemon, and the Red Buckeye tree. We are very excited to see these plants established and flourishing! Come … Read more

2017 Annual Report is Now Available

Hard copies are available at the LLCT and RLF office at 145 Lincoln Road, Suite 102 A (above the Post Office), or on our website under “Publications.”

2018 LLCT Annual Meeting Highlights

More than 75 trustees, members and friends gathered at the beautiful Flint Hall at St. Anne’s in-the-Fields for a lovely spring evening affair. Rand Wentworth gave an inspirational and hopeful talk about about our country’s practices of land preservation and environmental action from past to present. Wentworth was introduced by trustee, Andy Falender, and both … Read more

Spring Birding at Ricci Farm: What We Saw and Heard

Bird List from Ricci Farm-May 13, 2018 7:30-9:30 AM Thank you to Norm Levey for leading this walk. Where a bird was only heard, its name is followed by (h).  Possibly one or two of these were only heard or seen by a leader. Many more birds were heard and identified by Norm, but were … Read more

Slow Down! Turtles Crossing on Rt. 126 in Lincoln

From mid-may to early July, turtles are on the roads and we currently have a population that is moving across Rt. 126 near Old Concord Road and Joey’s Auto Garage. Kindly slow down, and if you can safely do so, please avoid hitting the turtles. The large wetland on one side and the ponds on the … Read more

Third Garlic Mustard Video Published

LLCT has published a third video on how to extract and dispose of garlic mustard. We are joined in this video by Stacy, Tim, and Jen of Lincoln’s Conservation Department. They have been pulling the invasive plant around town and we join them at the Muster Field on May 10th to remove garlic mustard from … Read more