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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

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

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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

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