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Conversations with the Executive Director, June 24

Effective June 30th, Weantinoge will change its name to Northwest Connecticut Land Conservancy. The new name better reflects the work that we do, but our mission will remain the same. Join Executive Director, Catherine Rawson, for an update on Weantinoge's … Continue reading

Conversations with the Executive Director, June 26

Effective June 30th, Weantinoge will change its name to Northwest Connecticut Land Conservancy. The new name better reflects the work that we do, but our mission will remain the same. Join Executive Director, Catherine Rawson, for an update on Weantinoge's … Continue reading

You’re Invited: 2020 Annual Meeting

Join NCLC board and staff for our annual meeting over Zoom. The annual meeting is an opportunity to come together to celebrate the good work accomplished in 2020 and the partnerships that make land conservation possible and to answer your … Continue reading

Bears of Connecticut by Paul Colburn

NCLC welcomes Paul Colburn, a CT DEEP Master Wildlife Conservationist, for a presentation on black bears in Connecticut. Paul will present an overview of black bear habitat, diet, behavior, and current research efforts. Paul will also include tips on how … Continue reading

Trees of Connecticut: Identification for Beginners

Connecticut has a wide variety of coniferous and deciduous trees, many of which can be found right in your backyard! NCLC presents Connecticut Audubon Society’s Conservation Biologist Jim Arrigoni as he reviews the different characteristics that are useful for identifying … Continue reading

Frog Frolic at Towner Hill Preserve

Join Northwest Connecticut Land Conservancy and Great Hollow for a guided hike to witness the spring migration and breeding of wood frogs. Every spring, wood frogs emerge from hibernation underground and migrate as far as a half mile to their … Continue reading

Spring Story Walks with the Sherman Library

From Saturday, April 10 to Sunday, April 18, the Sherman Library invites families to enjoy two stories while exploring the outdoors:  one in conjunction with Northwest Connecticut Land Conservancy and the other with the Sherman School.  When registered, participants will … Continue reading