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March 2017

The 11th Annual Land Trusts Photo Contest winners were announced at a March 10, 2017 reception highlighting the winning photos and displaying all entered photos. Photo credit: Cheryl Philopena, Mitchell Award 2017. For more info click here.

February 2017

Ravine Trail EntranceHumphrey at Ravine TrailThe Ravine Trail has been improved. The entrance has been moved to a more pedestrian-safe location on Joshuatown Road, across the street from the parking lot. The new section of the red trail combined with the new yellow trail creates a moderately easy loop. A new blue trail off the yellow trail offers a  moderately easy 0.6 mile round-trip to a breathtaking overlook. The remaining red trail continues on it’s awesome but challenging route to Mitchell Hill Road. It has been cleared of obstruction and re-blazed. Let us know what you think. For an updated Trail Map and brochure. Photos by Wendolyn Hill: Left: Volunteer Humphrey Tyler. Right: Don Gerber and John Pritchard, Lyme Land Trust director and president, at new entrance to The Ravine

January 2017

sam3The PBS documentary produced by Visionaries on Lyme and the Lyme Land Trust was broadcast on CPTV in Connecticut on Saturday January 14, 2017 at 7:00pm. The film is hosted by famed actor Sam Waterston and tells the amazing success story of the Lyme Land Conservation Trust and the special relationship it has had with the Town of Lyme. For an article from the Day.  Photo provided by Visionaries.

To watch the documentary and The Rest of the Story, interviews with Land Trust Pioneers, click here.

 

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