The mission of the MLTC is “to advance land protection in Massachusetts by providing education, tools, networking, and advocacy support for land trusts and their partners.” LLCT is a long-time member of the MLTC and Buzz Constable, President of the LLCT/RLF Board of Trustees, currently serves on the MLTC board. As an advocacy and service-based
SuAsCo CISMA (Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area) is a partnership of organizations that manage and control invasive species defined by the geography of the Sudbury, Assabet, and Concord (SuAsCo) watershed. LLCT is a Principle Partner of SuAsCo CISMA, which has 41 affiliated partners.
LLCT has an enduring relationship with Lincoln’s K-8 schools. From funding ecological and historical explorations at Flint’s Farm to funding bluebird box construction among the first and sixth graders, the Education Committee of the LLCT works with administration, teaching staff and the Lincoln Parent Teacher Organization (LPTO) to bring meaningful enrichment programs that connect students
People for Pollinators is a collaboration of Lincoln-based organizations and individuals dedicated to the promotion, protection, and creation of habitat that supports the vitality of pollinators. On land protected and managed by the LLCT, a 2,000 square foot meadow was established in June 2016 with chemical-free, native and naturalized perennial seed and plant plugs. The
In January 2016, Birches School and LLCT/RLF signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the two organizations. The joint purpose of the MOU is to educate the next generation of conservators of the environment; to create outdoor teaching and research facilities; and to utilize conservation land in Lincoln in ways that can be of life-changing
The Bay Circuit Alliance is an organization that formed in 1990 to help complete the vision of an “outer Emerald Necklace” greenway in Boston’s MetroWest area that first arose in 1929. LLCT is a member organization of the Bay Circuit Alliance. Over time, more than 230 miles of recreational trails have been dedicated beginning at
The LLCT and Lincoln’s Conservation Commission work cooperatively to manage more than 2,000 acres of conservation land and 80 miles of trails. The Conservation Commission is a Town board appointed by Lincoln’s Board of Selectmen. The Commission oversees the staff of the Town of Lincoln’s Conservation Department “to ensure the long-term protection of the Town’s