Past Events

Path Grooming Walk at Hartman Park

Date: Tue June 30, 2015
Time: 9 - 11 am
Place: Meet at Hartman Park Parking Lot
Contact Email: openspace@townlyme.org
Presenter: Lyme Land Conservation Trust and Town of Lyme
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill
Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill

Join us for this path-grooming walk at Hartman Park, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. Bring along a light-weight trimmer– weeders, pruners, and/or loppers – that is easy to carry. We will cut back weeds, saplings, and branches that are encroaching on the path as we walk along. The paths are in good shape so it will be mostly walking, with some trimming.

Rain Cancels.

Hartman Park is on Gungy Road about 1 mile north of the 4-way stop signs at the intersection of Beaverbrook Road, Grassy Hill Road, and Gungy Road.

 

Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill
Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill

Join us for this path-grooming walk at Hartman Park, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. Bring along a light-weight trimmer– weeders, pruners, and/or loppers – that is easy to carry. We will cut back weeds, saplings, and branches that are encroaching on the path as we walk along. The paths are in good shape so it will be mostly walking, with some trimming.

Rain Cancels.

Hartman Park is on Gungy Road about 1 mile north of the 4-way stop signs at the intersection of Beaverbrook Road, Grassy Hill Road, and Gungy Road.

 


Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill
Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill

Join us for this path-grooming walk at Hartman Park, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. Bring along a light-weight trimmer– weeders, pruners, and/or loppers – that is easy to carry. We will cut back weeds, saplings, and branches that are encroaching on the path as we walk along. The paths are in good shape so it will be mostly walking, with some trimming.

Rain Cancels.

Hartman Park is on Gungy Road about 1 mile north of the 4-way stop signs at the intersection of Beaverbrook Road, Grassy Hill Road, and Gungy Road.

 

Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill
Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill

Join us for this path-grooming walk at Hartman Park, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. Bring along a light-weight trimmer– weeders, pruners, and/or loppers – that is easy to carry. We will cut back weeds, saplings, and branches that are encroaching on the path as we walk along. The paths are in good shape so it will be mostly walking, with some trimming.

Rain Cancels.

Hartman Park is on Gungy Road about 1 mile north of the 4-way stop signs at the intersection of Beaverbrook Road, Grassy Hill Road, and Gungy Road.

 


ART & NATURE Weekend Walks – SUNDAY WALK CANCELLED

Date: Sat June 27, 2015 thru Sun June 28, 2015
Time: 9:30 am
Place: Saturday: Pleasant Valley Preserve, Macintosh Road, Lyme Sunday: Banningwood Preserve, Town Street (Rte 82) Lyme
Contact Email: slyon@oldlyme-ct.gov
Presenter: Lymes Senior Center with the Lyme Land Conservation Trust
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

Trenton Young Roaring BrookSaturday, June 27, at 9:30am: Anthony Irving, Lyme Land Trust board member, Chairman of the 8mile River Wild and Scenic Committee, and well-known ecologist, will lead a talk and walk about the ecology of Pleasant Valley Preserve. The walk will be about 2 hours.

CANCELLED Due to Rain: Sunday June 28, 9:30-10:30: Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Open Space Coordinator, Lyme Land Trust board member and artist, will lead a walk at Banningwood Preserve in Lyme to visit the scenes painted at the Celebration of Lyme’s Beauty Paint-out that was held in October 2014.  Paintings of Banningwood by paint-out participant Trenton Youngs will be on display during the weekend at the Lymes Senior Center.

Reservations required: Please contact Stephanie Lyons at the Lymes Senior Center to register: 860 434-1605 ext. 240 or slyon@oldlyme-ct.gov

Painting: Banningwood Scene by Trenton Young

terkkersDirections Pleasant Valley: Take Rt. 156 West (going north) to left on Macintosh Rd. (across from Beaver Brook Road.) The parking area is about 1/4  mile on the right.

Directions Banningwood: The Preserve parking area is less than 1/4 mile north of Hadlyme Four Corners on Town Street (Rte 82). Look for the sign. From Rt. 156 West (going north): At the end of Rte. 156, turn left onto Rte 82. At the flashing red stoplight (Hadlyme Four Corners), turn right to continue on Rte 82W (going north). The parking area is less than 1/4 mile on the right.

Trenton Young Roaring BrookSaturday, June 27, at 9:30am: Anthony Irving, Lyme Land Trust board member, Chairman of the 8mile River Wild and Scenic Committee, and well-known ecologist, will lead a talk and walk about the ecology of Pleasant Valley Preserve. The walk will be about 2 hours.

CANCELLED Due to Rain: Sunday June 28, 9:30-10:30: Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Open Space Coordinator, Lyme Land Trust board member and artist, will lead a walk at Banningwood Preserve in Lyme to visit the scenes painted at the Celebration of Lyme’s Beauty Paint-out that was held in October 2014.  Paintings of Banningwood by paint-out participant Trenton Youngs will be on display during the weekend at the Lymes Senior Center.

Reservations required: Please contact Stephanie Lyons at the Lymes Senior Center to register: 860 434-1605 ext. 240 or slyon@oldlyme-ct.gov

Painting: Banningwood Scene by Trenton Young

terkkersDirections Pleasant Valley: Take Rt. 156 West (going north) to left on Macintosh Rd. (across from Beaver Brook Road.) The parking area is about 1/4  mile on the right.

Directions Banningwood: The Preserve parking area is less than 1/4 mile north of Hadlyme Four Corners on Town Street (Rte 82). Look for the sign. From Rt. 156 West (going north): At the end of Rte. 156, turn left onto Rte 82. At the flashing red stoplight (Hadlyme Four Corners), turn right to continue on Rte 82W (going north). The parking area is less than 1/4 mile on the right.


Trenton Young Roaring BrookSaturday, June 27, at 9:30am: Anthony Irving, Lyme Land Trust board member, Chairman of the 8mile River Wild and Scenic Committee, and well-known ecologist, will lead a talk and walk about the ecology of Pleasant Valley Preserve. The walk will be about 2 hours.

CANCELLED Due to Rain: Sunday June 28, 9:30-10:30: Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Open Space Coordinator, Lyme Land Trust board member and artist, will lead a walk at Banningwood Preserve in Lyme to visit the scenes painted at the Celebration of Lyme’s Beauty Paint-out that was held in October 2014.  Paintings of Banningwood by paint-out participant Trenton Youngs will be on display during the weekend at the Lymes Senior Center.

Reservations required: Please contact Stephanie Lyons at the Lymes Senior Center to register: 860 434-1605 ext. 240 or slyon@oldlyme-ct.gov

Painting: Banningwood Scene by Trenton Young

terkkersDirections Pleasant Valley: Take Rt. 156 West (going north) to left on Macintosh Rd. (across from Beaver Brook Road.) The parking area is about 1/4  mile on the right.

Directions Banningwood: The Preserve parking area is less than 1/4 mile north of Hadlyme Four Corners on Town Street (Rte 82). Look for the sign. From Rt. 156 West (going north): At the end of Rte. 156, turn left onto Rte 82. At the flashing red stoplight (Hadlyme Four Corners), turn right to continue on Rte 82W (going north). The parking area is less than 1/4 mile on the right.

Trenton Young Roaring BrookSaturday, June 27, at 9:30am: Anthony Irving, Lyme Land Trust board member, Chairman of the 8mile River Wild and Scenic Committee, and well-known ecologist, will lead a talk and walk about the ecology of Pleasant Valley Preserve. The walk will be about 2 hours.

CANCELLED Due to Rain: Sunday June 28, 9:30-10:30: Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Open Space Coordinator, Lyme Land Trust board member and artist, will lead a walk at Banningwood Preserve in Lyme to visit the scenes painted at the Celebration of Lyme’s Beauty Paint-out that was held in October 2014.  Paintings of Banningwood by paint-out participant Trenton Youngs will be on display during the weekend at the Lymes Senior Center.

Reservations required: Please contact Stephanie Lyons at the Lymes Senior Center to register: 860 434-1605 ext. 240 or slyon@oldlyme-ct.gov

Painting: Banningwood Scene by Trenton Young

terkkersDirections Pleasant Valley: Take Rt. 156 West (going north) to left on Macintosh Rd. (across from Beaver Brook Road.) The parking area is about 1/4  mile on the right.

Directions Banningwood: The Preserve parking area is less than 1/4 mile north of Hadlyme Four Corners on Town Street (Rte 82). Look for the sign. From Rt. 156 West (going north): At the end of Rte. 156, turn left onto Rte 82. At the flashing red stoplight (Hadlyme Four Corners), turn right to continue on Rte 82W (going north). The parking area is less than 1/4 mile on the right.


Trailblazers – Walk at Selden Creek Preserve

Date: Tue June 23, 2015
Time: 10 am
Place: Selden Creek Preserve, Joshuatown Road, Lyme
Contact Email: openspace@townlyme.org
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

SElden Creek PreserveJoin us for this moderately easy (a few hills) walk in the woods. We will walk to an impressive overlook of Selden Creek and marshes with the CT River in the background. Everyone is welcome.

This week’s hike will explore the Selden Creek Preserve led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. The hike is about 2 miles long. We will meet at the Selden Creek Preserve entrance on Joshuatown Road in Lyme.

Rain Cancels.

Directions: Rte 156 N to left on Joshuatown Road (about 5 miles from I-95); travel about 4 miles to park entrance on the left.

photo by Wendolyn Hill

SElden Creek PreserveJoin us for this moderately easy (a few hills) walk in the woods. We will walk to an impressive overlook of Selden Creek and marshes with the CT River in the background. Everyone is welcome.

This week’s hike will explore the Selden Creek Preserve led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. The hike is about 2 miles long. We will meet at the Selden Creek Preserve entrance on Joshuatown Road in Lyme.

Rain Cancels.

Directions: Rte 156 N to left on Joshuatown Road (about 5 miles from I-95); travel about 4 miles to park entrance on the left.

photo by Wendolyn Hill


SElden Creek PreserveJoin us for this moderately easy (a few hills) walk in the woods. We will walk to an impressive overlook of Selden Creek and marshes with the CT River in the background. Everyone is welcome.

This week’s hike will explore the Selden Creek Preserve led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. The hike is about 2 miles long. We will meet at the Selden Creek Preserve entrance on Joshuatown Road in Lyme.

Rain Cancels.

Directions: Rte 156 N to left on Joshuatown Road (about 5 miles from I-95); travel about 4 miles to park entrance on the left.

photo by Wendolyn Hill

SElden Creek PreserveJoin us for this moderately easy (a few hills) walk in the woods. We will walk to an impressive overlook of Selden Creek and marshes with the CT River in the background. Everyone is welcome.

This week’s hike will explore the Selden Creek Preserve led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. The hike is about 2 miles long. We will meet at the Selden Creek Preserve entrance on Joshuatown Road in Lyme.

Rain Cancels.

Directions: Rte 156 N to left on Joshuatown Road (about 5 miles from I-95); travel about 4 miles to park entrance on the left.

photo by Wendolyn Hill


Our Annual Meeting: The Reunion of Alewives in Roger Lake

Date: Fri June 19, 2015
Time: 6:00 pm
Place: Lyme Public Hall, 249 Hamburg Road (Rte 156) Hamburg, CT
Contact Email: info@lymelandtrust.org
Presenter: A Panel of Speakers
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

Alewives 2A panel made up of Yale ecologist David Post, DEEP Fisheries expert Steve Gephard, and National Geographic writer and author Richard Conniff will discuss the reunion of long separated alewives: landlocked freshwater and their migratory ocean/freshwater cousins. The dam on Rogers Lake has separated them for almost 350 years. In 2014, a fish ladder was installed to allow the migratory fish to reach Roger’s Lake from the Mill Brook, which connects the lake to Long Island Sound. Will the cousins, which are the same species, interbreed even though they have evolved to be quite different in appearance and behavior? Read an amusing article written for the New York Times by Richard Coniff about the potential reunion of these fish cousins: Love on Rogers Lake: A Tale of Two Alewives.

To see videos of activity at a fish ladder in Lyme this Spring: Moulson Pond Fishway

Everyone is welcome. The evening will begin with casual social time and then a brief  business meeting. Members will be asked to vote for new director nominees. The presentation will follow.

Alewives by Patrick Lynch

Alewives 2A panel made up of Yale ecologist David Post, DEEP Fisheries expert Steve Gephard, and National Geographic writer and author Richard Conniff will discuss the reunion of long separated alewives: landlocked freshwater and their migratory ocean/freshwater cousins. The dam on Rogers Lake has separated them for almost 350 years. In 2014, a fish ladder was installed to allow the migratory fish to reach Roger’s Lake from the Mill Brook, which connects the lake to Long Island Sound. Will the cousins, which are the same species, interbreed even though they have evolved to be quite different in appearance and behavior? Read an amusing article written for the New York Times by Richard Coniff about the potential reunion of these fish cousins: Love on Rogers Lake: A Tale of Two Alewives.

To see videos of activity at a fish ladder in Lyme this Spring: Moulson Pond Fishway

Everyone is welcome. The evening will begin with casual social time and then a brief  business meeting. Members will be asked to vote for new director nominees. The presentation will follow.

Alewives by Patrick Lynch


Alewives 2A panel made up of Yale ecologist David Post, DEEP Fisheries expert Steve Gephard, and National Geographic writer and author Richard Conniff will discuss the reunion of long separated alewives: landlocked freshwater and their migratory ocean/freshwater cousins. The dam on Rogers Lake has separated them for almost 350 years. In 2014, a fish ladder was installed to allow the migratory fish to reach Roger’s Lake from the Mill Brook, which connects the lake to Long Island Sound. Will the cousins, which are the same species, interbreed even though they have evolved to be quite different in appearance and behavior? Read an amusing article written for the New York Times by Richard Coniff about the potential reunion of these fish cousins: Love on Rogers Lake: A Tale of Two Alewives.

To see videos of activity at a fish ladder in Lyme this Spring: Moulson Pond Fishway

Everyone is welcome. The evening will begin with casual social time and then a brief  business meeting. Members will be asked to vote for new director nominees. The presentation will follow.

Alewives by Patrick Lynch

Alewives 2A panel made up of Yale ecologist David Post, DEEP Fisheries expert Steve Gephard, and National Geographic writer and author Richard Conniff will discuss the reunion of long separated alewives: landlocked freshwater and their migratory ocean/freshwater cousins. The dam on Rogers Lake has separated them for almost 350 years. In 2014, a fish ladder was installed to allow the migratory fish to reach Roger’s Lake from the Mill Brook, which connects the lake to Long Island Sound. Will the cousins, which are the same species, interbreed even though they have evolved to be quite different in appearance and behavior? Read an amusing article written for the New York Times by Richard Coniff about the potential reunion of these fish cousins: Love on Rogers Lake: A Tale of Two Alewives.

To see videos of activity at a fish ladder in Lyme this Spring: Moulson Pond Fishway

Everyone is welcome. The evening will begin with casual social time and then a brief  business meeting. Members will be asked to vote for new director nominees. The presentation will follow.

Alewives by Patrick Lynch


Path Grooming Walk at Hartman Park

Date: Tue June 16, 2015
Time: 9 - 11 am
Place: Meet at Hartman Park Parking Lot
Contact Email: openspace@townlyme.org
Presenter: Lyme Land Conservation Trust and Town of Lyme
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill
Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill

Join us for this path-grooming walk at Hartman Park, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. Bring along a light-weight trimmer– weeders, pruners, and/or loppers – that is easy to carry. We will cut back weeds, saplings, and branches that are encroaching on the path as we walk along. The paths are in good shape so it will be mostly walking, with some trimming. We will walk about 2 miles or so.

Rain Cancels.

Hartman Park is on Gungy Road about 1 mile north of the 4-way stop signs at the intersection of Beaverbrook Road, Grassy Hill Road, and Gungy Road.

 

Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill
Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill

Join us for this path-grooming walk at Hartman Park, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. Bring along a light-weight trimmer– weeders, pruners, and/or loppers – that is easy to carry. We will cut back weeds, saplings, and branches that are encroaching on the path as we walk along. The paths are in good shape so it will be mostly walking, with some trimming. We will walk about 2 miles or so.

Rain Cancels.

Hartman Park is on Gungy Road about 1 mile north of the 4-way stop signs at the intersection of Beaverbrook Road, Grassy Hill Road, and Gungy Road.

 


Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill
Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill

Join us for this path-grooming walk at Hartman Park, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. Bring along a light-weight trimmer– weeders, pruners, and/or loppers – that is easy to carry. We will cut back weeds, saplings, and branches that are encroaching on the path as we walk along. The paths are in good shape so it will be mostly walking, with some trimming. We will walk about 2 miles or so.

Rain Cancels.

Hartman Park is on Gungy Road about 1 mile north of the 4-way stop signs at the intersection of Beaverbrook Road, Grassy Hill Road, and Gungy Road.

 

Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill
Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill

Join us for this path-grooming walk at Hartman Park, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. Bring along a light-weight trimmer– weeders, pruners, and/or loppers – that is easy to carry. We will cut back weeds, saplings, and branches that are encroaching on the path as we walk along. The paths are in good shape so it will be mostly walking, with some trimming. We will walk about 2 miles or so.

Rain Cancels.

Hartman Park is on Gungy Road about 1 mile north of the 4-way stop signs at the intersection of Beaverbrook Road, Grassy Hill Road, and Gungy Road.

 


Trailblazers – Walk at the Young Preserve

Date: Tue June 9, 2015
Time: 10 am
Place: Philip E. Young Preserve, Gungy Road, Lyme
Contact Email: openspace@townlyme.org
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

Gillette-Castle-hike-042815Join us for this moderately easy (a few hills) walk in the woods. The Mountain Laurel should be in full bloom. Everyone is welcome.

This week’s hike will explore the Young Preserve and Walbridge Woods, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. The hike is about 2 miles long. We will meet at the entrance to the Young Preserve on Gungy Road. Park by the sign.

Rain Cancels.

Directions: Rte 156 N to right on Beaver Brook Road; about 1 mile to left on Gungy Road at 4-way stop; about 0.5 mile to park entrance on the right.

photo by Wendolyn Hill, Gillette Castle April 2015

Gillette-Castle-hike-042815Join us for this moderately easy (a few hills) walk in the woods. The Mountain Laurel should be in full bloom. Everyone is welcome.

This week’s hike will explore the Young Preserve and Walbridge Woods, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. The hike is about 2 miles long. We will meet at the entrance to the Young Preserve on Gungy Road. Park by the sign.

Rain Cancels.

Directions: Rte 156 N to right on Beaver Brook Road; about 1 mile to left on Gungy Road at 4-way stop; about 0.5 mile to park entrance on the right.

photo by Wendolyn Hill, Gillette Castle April 2015


Gillette-Castle-hike-042815Join us for this moderately easy (a few hills) walk in the woods. The Mountain Laurel should be in full bloom. Everyone is welcome.

This week’s hike will explore the Young Preserve and Walbridge Woods, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. The hike is about 2 miles long. We will meet at the entrance to the Young Preserve on Gungy Road. Park by the sign.

Rain Cancels.

Directions: Rte 156 N to right on Beaver Brook Road; about 1 mile to left on Gungy Road at 4-way stop; about 0.5 mile to park entrance on the right.

photo by Wendolyn Hill, Gillette Castle April 2015

Gillette-Castle-hike-042815Join us for this moderately easy (a few hills) walk in the woods. The Mountain Laurel should be in full bloom. Everyone is welcome.

This week’s hike will explore the Young Preserve and Walbridge Woods, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. The hike is about 2 miles long. We will meet at the entrance to the Young Preserve on Gungy Road. Park by the sign.

Rain Cancels.

Directions: Rte 156 N to right on Beaver Brook Road; about 1 mile to left on Gungy Road at 4-way stop; about 0.5 mile to park entrance on the right.

photo by Wendolyn Hill, Gillette Castle April 2015


CT Trails Day Walk

Date: Sat June 6, 2015
Time: 10 am to noon
Place: Lord Creek Farm, Rte 156, Lyme
Contact Email: info@lymelandtrust.org
Presenter: Lyme Land Conservation Trust
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

Lord CreekThe Lyme Land Conservation Trust will lead a walking hike on the network of trails on Lord Creek Farm.  This beautiful property has spectacular views of the Connecticut River and is rarely open to the public, so take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to see it.  The hike will be less than 2 miles.  Light refreshments will be offered afterwards.

Lord Creek Farm is a beautiful 500 acre property with frontage on the CT River which is owned by Jane Davison and her family.

Preregistration is appreciated: info@lymelandtrust.org. 

Rain cancels.

Photo by Angie Falstrom

Lord CreekThe Lyme Land Conservation Trust will lead a walking hike on the network of trails on Lord Creek Farm.  This beautiful property has spectacular views of the Connecticut River and is rarely open to the public, so take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to see it.  The hike will be less than 2 miles.  Light refreshments will be offered afterwards.

Lord Creek Farm is a beautiful 500 acre property with frontage on the CT River which is owned by Jane Davison and her family.

Preregistration is appreciated: info@lymelandtrust.org. 

Rain cancels.

Photo by Angie Falstrom


Lord CreekThe Lyme Land Conservation Trust will lead a walking hike on the network of trails on Lord Creek Farm.  This beautiful property has spectacular views of the Connecticut River and is rarely open to the public, so take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to see it.  The hike will be less than 2 miles.  Light refreshments will be offered afterwards.

Lord Creek Farm is a beautiful 500 acre property with frontage on the CT River which is owned by Jane Davison and her family.

Preregistration is appreciated: info@lymelandtrust.org. 

Rain cancels.

Photo by Angie Falstrom

Lord CreekThe Lyme Land Conservation Trust will lead a walking hike on the network of trails on Lord Creek Farm.  This beautiful property has spectacular views of the Connecticut River and is rarely open to the public, so take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to see it.  The hike will be less than 2 miles.  Light refreshments will be offered afterwards.

Lord Creek Farm is a beautiful 500 acre property with frontage on the CT River which is owned by Jane Davison and her family.

Preregistration is appreciated: info@lymelandtrust.org. 

Rain cancels.

Photo by Angie Falstrom


TrailBlazers – Walk at Hartman Park

Date: Tue May 26, 2015
Time: 10 am
Place: Meet at Hartman Park Parking Lot
Contact Email: openspace@townlyme.org
Presenter: Lyme Land Conservation Trust and Town of Lyme
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill
Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill

Join us for this moderate walk in the woods. Everyone is welcome.

This week’s hike explore Hartman Park, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme with Humphrey Tyler. The hike is about 2.5 miles long. We walk through diverse habitat and visit remnants of a farming community that existed 150 years ago.

Rain Cancels.

Hartman Park is on Gungy Road about 1 mile north of the 4-way stop signs at the intersection of Beaverbrook Road, Grassy Hill Road, and Gungy Road.

 

Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill
Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill

Join us for this moderate walk in the woods. Everyone is welcome.

This week’s hike explore Hartman Park, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme with Humphrey Tyler. The hike is about 2.5 miles long. We walk through diverse habitat and visit remnants of a farming community that existed 150 years ago.

Rain Cancels.

Hartman Park is on Gungy Road about 1 mile north of the 4-way stop signs at the intersection of Beaverbrook Road, Grassy Hill Road, and Gungy Road.

 


Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill
Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill

Join us for this moderate walk in the woods. Everyone is welcome.

This week’s hike explore Hartman Park, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme with Humphrey Tyler. The hike is about 2.5 miles long. We walk through diverse habitat and visit remnants of a farming community that existed 150 years ago.

Rain Cancels.

Hartman Park is on Gungy Road about 1 mile north of the 4-way stop signs at the intersection of Beaverbrook Road, Grassy Hill Road, and Gungy Road.

 

Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill
Photo credit: Wendolyn Hill

Join us for this moderate walk in the woods. Everyone is welcome.

This week’s hike explore Hartman Park, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme with Humphrey Tyler. The hike is about 2.5 miles long. We walk through diverse habitat and visit remnants of a farming community that existed 150 years ago.

Rain Cancels.

Hartman Park is on Gungy Road about 1 mile north of the 4-way stop signs at the intersection of Beaverbrook Road, Grassy Hill Road, and Gungy Road.

 


Tour de Lyme 2015

Date: Sun May 17, 2015
Time: starting at 8 am
Place: Ashlawn Farms, Bill Hill Road, Lyme CT
Contact Email: info@lymelandtrust.org
Presenter: Lyme Land Conservation Trust
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

Screen Shot 2015-04-12 at 11.47.41 AMPlease join us for the third annual Tour de Lyme cycling event with beautifully scenic routes for all ages and levels.

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For iterkkersnformation about the event and to register for the 2015 Tour de Lyme, visit the Tour de Lyme webpage. Tour-de-Lyme-logo 1

The Lyme Land Trust inaugurated Tour de Lyme in 2013 as an annual bike ride to raise funds to support its mission of preserving and protecting environmentally important land in Lyme. The second annual Tour de Lyme on May 18, 2014 was a perfect day. Five hundred and seventy-five bikers registered for the event. We are hoping to surpass that next year.

Screen Shot 2015-04-12 at 11.47.41 AMPlease join us for the third annual Tour de Lyme cycling event with beautifully scenic routes for all ages and levels.

Screen Shot 2015-04-12 at 11.39.53 AM

For iterkkersnformation about the event and to register for the 2015 Tour de Lyme, visit the Tour de Lyme webpage. Tour-de-Lyme-logo 1

The Lyme Land Trust inaugurated Tour de Lyme in 2013 as an annual bike ride to raise funds to support its mission of preserving and protecting environmentally important land in Lyme. The second annual Tour de Lyme on May 18, 2014 was a perfect day. Five hundred and seventy-five bikers registered for the event. We are hoping to surpass that next year.


Screen Shot 2015-04-12 at 11.47.41 AMPlease join us for the third annual Tour de Lyme cycling event with beautifully scenic routes for all ages and levels.

Screen Shot 2015-04-12 at 11.39.53 AM

For iterkkersnformation about the event and to register for the 2015 Tour de Lyme, visit the Tour de Lyme webpage. Tour-de-Lyme-logo 1

The Lyme Land Trust inaugurated Tour de Lyme in 2013 as an annual bike ride to raise funds to support its mission of preserving and protecting environmentally important land in Lyme. The second annual Tour de Lyme on May 18, 2014 was a perfect day. Five hundred and seventy-five bikers registered for the event. We are hoping to surpass that next year.

Screen Shot 2015-04-12 at 11.47.41 AMPlease join us for the third annual Tour de Lyme cycling event with beautifully scenic routes for all ages and levels.

Screen Shot 2015-04-12 at 11.39.53 AM

For iterkkersnformation about the event and to register for the 2015 Tour de Lyme, visit the Tour de Lyme webpage. Tour-de-Lyme-logo 1

The Lyme Land Trust inaugurated Tour de Lyme in 2013 as an annual bike ride to raise funds to support its mission of preserving and protecting environmentally important land in Lyme. The second annual Tour de Lyme on May 18, 2014 was a perfect day. Five hundred and seventy-five bikers registered for the event. We are hoping to surpass that next year.


Trailblazers – Beebe Preserve

Date: Tue May 12, 2015
Time: 10 am
Place: Meet at Beebe Preserve Parking Lot, Old Grassy Hill Road, Lyme
Contact Email: openspace@townlyme.org
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

Walk in the woods5Join us for this easy walk in the woods. Everyone is welcome.

This week’s hike will explore the Yellow Trail in Beebe Preserve, led by Wendolyn Hill, Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator and  Lyme Land Trust board member. The hike is a mile long. There is a platform on the marsh to view wildlife (bring your binoculars). It is located on Old Grassy Hill Road near the East Lyme town boundary. Meet at the Beebe Preserve Parking Lot.

From Rte 1. Turn onto Grassy Hill Road. After 3.8 miles, take a right onto Old Grassy Hill Road. The Preserve parking lot is on the left in about one-half mile.

Rain cancels.

Walk in the woods5Join us for this easy walk in the woods. Everyone is welcome.

This week’s hike will explore the Yellow Trail in Beebe Preserve, led by Wendolyn Hill, Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator and  Lyme Land Trust board member. The hike is a mile long. There is a platform on the marsh to view wildlife (bring your binoculars). It is located on Old Grassy Hill Road near the East Lyme town boundary. Meet at the Beebe Preserve Parking Lot.

From Rte 1. Turn onto Grassy Hill Road. After 3.8 miles, take a right onto Old Grassy Hill Road. The Preserve parking lot is on the left in about one-half mile.

Rain cancels.


Walk in the woods5Join us for this easy walk in the woods. Everyone is welcome.

This week’s hike will explore the Yellow Trail in Beebe Preserve, led by Wendolyn Hill, Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator and  Lyme Land Trust board member. The hike is a mile long. There is a platform on the marsh to view wildlife (bring your binoculars). It is located on Old Grassy Hill Road near the East Lyme town boundary. Meet at the Beebe Preserve Parking Lot.

From Rte 1. Turn onto Grassy Hill Road. After 3.8 miles, take a right onto Old Grassy Hill Road. The Preserve parking lot is on the left in about one-half mile.

Rain cancels.

Walk in the woods5Join us for this easy walk in the woods. Everyone is welcome.

This week’s hike will explore the Yellow Trail in Beebe Preserve, led by Wendolyn Hill, Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator and  Lyme Land Trust board member. The hike is a mile long. There is a platform on the marsh to view wildlife (bring your binoculars). It is located on Old Grassy Hill Road near the East Lyme town boundary. Meet at the Beebe Preserve Parking Lot.

From Rte 1. Turn onto Grassy Hill Road. After 3.8 miles, take a right onto Old Grassy Hill Road. The Preserve parking lot is on the left in about one-half mile.

Rain cancels.