Our latest news for members

Year-round, the Canton Land Conservation Trust (CLCT) is busy with conservation, education and recreation projects. We keep our members up to date with our biannual print newsletter.

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Past issues

Want a deeper dive into CLCT’s properties, projects and achievements? Check out our newsletter archives.


Fall 2023: Pratt Driveway Repair, Tree Farm Needs Volunteers, News CLCT Board Members, Alan Duncan Tribute.

Spring 2023: Moonlight Hike, The Boundary Brigade, Spring Invasive Plant Identification, Tribute to Win Gentile

Fall 2022: 50 Years, Photo Contest Winners, Todds Donate Land, Pratt Preserve, Onion Mountain
Spring 2022: 50th-anniversary plans, Uplands Preserve, bluebird houses, removing bittersweet

Fall 2021: Carpenter Land Trail, Collinsville Pollen Trail, poet trees, maps initiative
Spring 2021: Bunker Hill Preserve, trail improvements, bird checklists, poetry trails

Fall 2020: Sweetheart Mountain, pollinator pathway, summer hiking challenge kickoff
Spring-Summer 2020: COVID response, favorite hikes, remembering Ted Cowles

Fall 2019: Winter birds, American chestnut initiative, geology hike, hikes of the month
Spring-Summer 2019: Bristol Farms, vernal pools, botanical hike, removing barberry

Fall 2018: Hike with history, Canton’s streams and mill ponds, tackling invasives
Spring-Summer 2018: Connecticut Trails Day, Canton’s mill history, monthly hikes

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