Find the Chairs
Find all six sets of Adirondack chairs using the hints in the link.
Take a photo of yourself sitting in a chair in each spot then follow the submission instructions in the link.
"Find the Chairs" runs through
April 30, 2021
Join one of our hikes, paddles, or special projects, or help our Stewardship team on one of our preserves.
Sunday Woods Walk, March 28, 2021, 1-3 pm, Pre-registration required.
Register for our Woods Walk, our first scheduled event since the pandemic hit.
Two Land Trust leaders will lead up to 12 hikers at Miller Farm Preserve, a blend of mostly hardwood forest, wooded wetlands and streams. Sights and sounds may include the small creatures in vernal pools and wetlands and woodland birds. The trails have some elevation changes but are mostly level.
Pre-register by March 27 by emailing email@example.com. Please include your name and the number of hikers in your party. Registration is first-come-first-served.
Masks and social distancing from anyone not in your immediate pandemic pod a must. Please do not attend without registering so we can maintain a safe leader-to-hiker ratio. Canceled due to weather. Next Woods Walk: April 25.
Find the Chairs
Can you answer the question, "Where in East Haddam is ...? Use the hints at Find the Chairs to locate all six sets of Adirondack chairs at three East Haddam Land Trust preserves and three East Haddam Conservation Commission reserves by April 30, 2021. Check out Find the Chairs for more.
Don't forget to capture some early spring scenes while hiking ... you can save them for the East Haddam Land Trust 2022 Calendar.
Preserve trails remain open for your outdoor enjoyment. Check the 'Our Preserves' link for info on each preserve with trails. While visiting please:
maintain at least 6 feet of space between you and anyone who does not live in your household.
respect nature as you enjoy the preserve trails.
use the contact link at the bottom of this page to inform us of trail issues needing immediate attention.
stay safe and healthy.
Find our preserve trail maps on each preserve's page and at Ballek's Garden Center in East Haddam.
EHLT contributed to the acquisition of the listed town properties. We also have preserves and easements without trails where access is not practical or landowners maintain the use of the property. Find out more about these properties. Please note, hunting is not permitted on EHLT preserves, but please wear orange during hunting season as a safety precaution.
We currently protect 700 acres of land in preserves and through property easements. Many of our preserves have marked hiking trails open to the public.
Enjoy hiking at East Haddam Land Trust preserves with trails:
East Haddam Land Trust preserves with paths to historic sites:
Visit Town of East Haddam and Nature Conservancy open-space with trails :
East Haddam Land Trust
P.O. Box 122
East Haddam, CT 06423
We welcome curiosity and will reply to your questions as promptly as possible.