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Field Notes: Owl Calls on Winter Nights

Winter nights may seem cold and biting, but amidst the snow and wind, owls are out and about

Get Outside This Weekend: Four Winter Hikes to Try

The following preserve parking lots have been cleared so that you can get outside this weekend and enjoy

Five Reasons to Love Winter Walks

Winter’s days are shorter, and temperatures are dropping, but the good news is that we can reap the

Smyrski Farm Preserve Expanded! Safeguarding Agricultural Heritage and Natural Beauty

Northwest Connecticut Land Conservancy (NCLC) proudly announces the permanent protection of an additional four acres of pristine pastureland

Blue Skies for the Annual Community Picnic

Blue skies and crisp fall weather prevailed for Northwest Connecticut Land Conservancy’s (NCLC) annual, free picnic on October

Remembering Mel Bristol

Melvin Lee Bristol, known to friends and family as Mel, passed away on June 10 at the age

Five Ways Forests Create Healthy Communities

Last year all of us on Earth lost over 56 million acres of critical forests – an area

PRESS RELEASE: Northwest Connecticut Land Conservancy, Save the Sound reach agreement with MDC to protect 5,500 acres

PRESS RELEASE: Northwest Connecticut Land Conservancy, Save the Sound reach agreement with MDC to protect 5,500 acres COLEBROOK,

Margery Feldberg Elected Board President

The Board of Northwest Connecticut Land Conservancy elected Margery Feldberg to serve as president for the next three

Our Greatest Thanks to Hiram Williams

This January, after 12 years as board president of NCLC, Hiram Williams stepped down. He will continue to

Baldwin Hill Preserve

Baldwin Hill Preserve Washington 10 acres and 68 acres Landscape-scale conservation is a process that often unfolds over

Member Spotlight: Anthony Ficalora

Long-time NCLC member, Anthony Ficalora, works out regularly sporting his NCLC cap. At 100, he has seen many