East Haddam Land Trust, East Haddam, Land Trust, Land Preservation
   East Haddam Land Trust

Continuously working to preserve and hold in trust

     the beautiful, vital lands and waterways of East Haddam.

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Submit your pen and ink drawings of wild plants, animals and scenes of East Haddam; prizes awarded for specific categories to entrants in the Adult (aged over 19 years), Teenage (aged 13-19 years), and Youth (aged 9-12 years) groups.  Learn moreDownload the artwork entry form or complete the artwork entry form from a published calendar. 

Submission deadline: Feb. 29, 2016 

Nearly 40 hikers tried out the new Eightmile River footbridge at East Haddam's Chapal Farm Preserve during EHLT's "Last Sunday" hike on 1/31/16.

Want to expand your botanical knowledge and survey skills? Consider becoming a Plant Conservation Volunteer with New England Wild Flower Society, then share your new skills with EHLT. More info and the application link in the Land Trust News sidebar.

Why protect our land and waterways?
Please read "
Economic Value of Protected Open Space"
Sheepskin Hollow Preserve 
 Since 1979, your donations have helped East Haddam Land Trust (EHLT) preserve East Haddam's unique woodlands, fields, lakes, rivers and open spaces.  




Chapman Pond

As a volunteer, non-profit land conservation corporation, East Haddam Land Trust, Inc. acquires lands, helps establish easements, and partners with the local government and neighboring land trusts as well as state and national organizations to preserve, and hold in trust, valuable natural resources for current and future generations.   


Hammond Mill Preserve 


    Your support allows EHLT to sponsor outdoor activities, educational events, and create and manage hiking trails to encourage enjoyment of East Haddam's natural beauty.

Please join our continuing efforts. 

The East Haddam Land Trust
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