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East Haddam Land Trust preserves and protects land in perpetuity for the public benefit.  Since 1979, your donations have helped East Haddam Land Trust, a volunteer, non-profit land conservation corporation, preserve unique woodlands, fields, lakes, rivers and open spaces for the public benefit. East Haddam Land Trust is a 501(c)(3) organization.

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December 22, 2017

When:

January 19, 2018

6:30pm - 9:00pm

Location:

East Haddam Senior Center

Great Hillwood Rd.

Moodus

EHLT's Annual Meeting and Presentation Friday, 1/19/18 from 6:30 to 9:00 pm, features a presentation about Native Plants for East Haddam Homescapes. Kathy Connolly, a landscap...

December 22, 2017

When:

January 1, 2018

1-3pm

Location: 

Machimoodus State Park

Make EHLT's Annual New Year's Day Hike the first event marked on your 2018 calendar.

The hike runs from 1-3 pm at Machimoodus State Park.

This hike, now a 15+ year tradition, is a great way to walk out any cobwebs...

December 22, 2017

Clean water.

Water-life survives in clean streams and vernal pools such as these at Chapman Pond Preserve.

Preserved open space helps protect habitats of stream-dwelling shiners, vernal pool dwelling tadpoles, and other water-life.

To give you access to natural areas....

December 21, 2017

Entries accepted from 1/1/18 through 2/28/18.

Amateur photographers sought for the Land Trusts Photo Contest. Photos taken in the towns of East Haddam, Essex, Lyme, Old Lyme, Old Saybrook, and Salem of landscapes/waterscapes, plants, wildlife, cultural/historic subjects...

May 29, 2017

Hikers identified many birds and wildflowers during EHLT's Woodswalk hike at Machimoodus State Park on May 28, 2017.

The most dramatic of the wildflowers was this Pink Lady's Slipper (Cypridedium acaule). Also spotted were the dainty blue blooms of Blue Toadflax, Easter...

February 23, 2017

We love trees for all they do to clean our air, stabilize our soil, shelter our wildlife, feed our insects, shade our landscape, and soothe our souls. Amazingly, despite all the ways people alter the environment where we expect trees to grow, many trees mature into siz...

January 21, 2017

The non-profit rescue center for birds, A Place Called Hope in Killingworth, CT, showed off four of their resident birds to attendees at East Haddam Land Trust's annual meeting in January 2017. About 80 people learned about and had close-up looks at an American kestrel...

Amateur photographers of all ages are invited to enter the 11th Land Trust Amateur Photo Contest. Submit photographs of the scenic countryside, wildlife, plants, and cultural and historic features in the towns of East Haddam, Essex, Lyme, Old Lyme, and Salem. You do no...