There are many ways you can help East Haddam Land Trust. Our mission is to preserve and protect land in perpetuity for the public interest. We do this by:
Preserving land and waterways that enhance the local human and wildlife communities;
Protecting and acquiring parcels that add to existing preserved open space and or/protects vital natural areas;
Stewarding existing preserves to protect flora, fauna, and wetlands;
Raising funds, encouraging membership, and maintaining a healthy financial status to support land acquisition and stewardship;
Engaging members and the public in activities that increase appreciation and understanding of the region's natural spaces and wildlife;
Collaborating with regional conservation groups to encourage and support regional conservation goals.
Join to ensure East Haddam Land Trust has ample funds for land preservation, stewardship, the scholarship fund, and to continue with events and education.
Our Stewardship Team plans regular work parties to clear trails, maintain trails, and monitor preserve boundaries. Trail Monitors choose to help remove small brush and fallen branches from the trails they regularly use and report any issues that need the more involved work of the Stewardship Team.
Keep up with Events
Let us keep you informed about upcoming events and other Land Trust activities by signing up for our email updates. We usually send only two or three each month. Subscribe to our emails in the box at the bottom of each page.
Follow us on Social Media
Use the links at the top of the main page to follow East Haddam Land Trust on Facebook or Instagram. We share information on our upcoming events and land conservation issues.
Our environment is under ever-increasing stress making it vital for us to stay informed about how we can all do our part to mitigate this stress. Learn more about East Haddam Land Trust at the About link, follow Connecticut Land Conservation Council for their legislative and other land conservation work supporting conservation in Connecticut, and become aware of Connecticut's Green Plan. You can dig deeper into the work of other conservation organizations at our Partners page.