Past Events

Volunteer Work Party at Hartman Park

Date: Tue September 29, 2015
Time: 9:30-11:30 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.

Hartman teamJoin us to clean up the Stone-end house site at Hartman Park, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. We need to remove some invasive plants such as  Japanese barberry and other saplings that are encroaching on the historical ruins. We will also remove some of the leaf litter around the foundation. Bring along trimmers– weeders, pruners, and/or loppers, and rakes. We will have a couple of people with chain saws to cut back saplings, and branches. Be sure to bring heavy duty gloves.

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 by Wendolyn Hill: Thank you to the Hartman work party on June 30

 

Hartman teamJoin us to clean up the Stone-end house site at Hartman Park, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. We need to remove some invasive plants such as  Japanese barberry and other saplings that are encroaching on the historical ruins. We will also remove some of the leaf litter around the foundation. Bring along trimmers– weeders, pruners, and/or loppers, and rakes. We will have a couple of people with chain saws to cut back saplings, and branches. Be sure to bring heavy duty gloves.

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 by Wendolyn Hill: Thank you to the Hartman work party on June 30

 


Hartman teamJoin us to clean up the Stone-end house site at Hartman Park, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. We need to remove some invasive plants such as  Japanese barberry and other saplings that are encroaching on the historical ruins. We will also remove some of the leaf litter around the foundation. Bring along trimmers– weeders, pruners, and/or loppers, and rakes. We will have a couple of people with chain saws to cut back saplings, and branches. Be sure to bring heavy duty gloves.

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 by Wendolyn Hill: Thank you to the Hartman work party on June 30

 

Hartman teamJoin us to clean up the Stone-end house site at Hartman Park, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Open Space Coordinator for the Town of Lyme. We need to remove some invasive plants such as  Japanese barberry and other saplings that are encroaching on the historical ruins. We will also remove some of the leaf litter around the foundation. Bring along trimmers– weeders, pruners, and/or loppers, and rakes. We will have a couple of people with chain saws to cut back saplings, and branches. Be sure to bring heavy duty gloves.

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 by Wendolyn Hill: Thank you to the Hartman work party on June 30

 


Cruise to View Swallow Spectacular-Wait List

Date: Fri September 25, 2015
Time: 5 to 8 pm
Place: Eagle Landing State Park, Haddam
Contact Email: info@lymelandtrust.org
Presenter: CT River Expeditions and Lyme Land Trust
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

swallows-close3Every autumn an estimated one million swallows come together above an island in the CT River as a part of their migration ritual. This growing mass of birds performs undulating dances before suddenly descending as one to roost just after the sun sets.

Join us on a cruise aboard the RiverQuest to view this miraculous display. Commentary about the birds and other wildlife, as well as binoculars (if you don’t have your own), will be provided by CT River Expeditions.

Wine and light refreshments are included. You may bring a picnic supper.

Preregistration and prepayment required. The cost is $40 per person for Lyme Land Conservation Trust members, $45 for non-members. No children under 10. The boat leaves Eagle Landing State Park in Haddam promptly at 5:00 and returns in about three hours. If the trip is canceled because of inclement weather, refunds will be provided. Check our website if weather is questionable. Tickets are non-refundable after September 20. After that date, if we have a waiting list, we will use our best efforts to find a buyer for your ticket(s) if you need to cancel. No-shows on cruise day are not refundable.

We are very sorry. We are booked to capacity. You can email info@lymelandtrust.org to go on the wait list in case of a cancellation or contact the RiverQuest to see if one of their other cruises has space.

swallows-close3Every autumn an estimated one million swallows come together above an island in the CT River as a part of their migration ritual. This growing mass of birds performs undulating dances before suddenly descending as one to roost just after the sun sets.

Join us on a cruise aboard the RiverQuest to view this miraculous display. Commentary about the birds and other wildlife, as well as binoculars (if you don’t have your own), will be provided by CT River Expeditions.

Wine and light refreshments are included. You may bring a picnic supper.

Preregistration and prepayment required. The cost is $40 per person for Lyme Land Conservation Trust members, $45 for non-members. No children under 10. The boat leaves Eagle Landing State Park in Haddam promptly at 5:00 and returns in about three hours. If the trip is canceled because of inclement weather, refunds will be provided. Check our website if weather is questionable. Tickets are non-refundable after September 20. After that date, if we have a waiting list, we will use our best efforts to find a buyer for your ticket(s) if you need to cancel. No-shows on cruise day are not refundable.

We are very sorry. We are booked to capacity. You can email info@lymelandtrust.org to go on the wait list in case of a cancellation or contact the RiverQuest to see if one of their other cruises has space.


swallows-close3Every autumn an estimated one million swallows come together above an island in the CT River as a part of their migration ritual. This growing mass of birds performs undulating dances before suddenly descending as one to roost just after the sun sets.

Join us on a cruise aboard the RiverQuest to view this miraculous display. Commentary about the birds and other wildlife, as well as binoculars (if you don’t have your own), will be provided by CT River Expeditions.

Wine and light refreshments are included. You may bring a picnic supper.

Preregistration and prepayment required. The cost is $40 per person for Lyme Land Conservation Trust members, $45 for non-members. No children under 10. The boat leaves Eagle Landing State Park in Haddam promptly at 5:00 and returns in about three hours. If the trip is canceled because of inclement weather, refunds will be provided. Check our website if weather is questionable. Tickets are non-refundable after September 20. After that date, if we have a waiting list, we will use our best efforts to find a buyer for your ticket(s) if you need to cancel. No-shows on cruise day are not refundable.

We are very sorry. We are booked to capacity. You can email info@lymelandtrust.org to go on the wait list in case of a cancellation or contact the RiverQuest to see if one of their other cruises has space.

swallows-close3Every autumn an estimated one million swallows come together above an island in the CT River as a part of their migration ritual. This growing mass of birds performs undulating dances before suddenly descending as one to roost just after the sun sets.

Join us on a cruise aboard the RiverQuest to view this miraculous display. Commentary about the birds and other wildlife, as well as binoculars (if you don’t have your own), will be provided by CT River Expeditions.

Wine and light refreshments are included. You may bring a picnic supper.

Preregistration and prepayment required. The cost is $40 per person for Lyme Land Conservation Trust members, $45 for non-members. No children under 10. The boat leaves Eagle Landing State Park in Haddam promptly at 5:00 and returns in about three hours. If the trip is canceled because of inclement weather, refunds will be provided. Check our website if weather is questionable. Tickets are non-refundable after September 20. After that date, if we have a waiting list, we will use our best efforts to find a buyer for your ticket(s) if you need to cancel. No-shows on cruise day are not refundable.

We are very sorry. We are booked to capacity. You can email info@lymelandtrust.org to go on the wait list in case of a cancellation or contact the RiverQuest to see if one of their other cruises has space.


Pleasant Valley Preserve Talk and Walk

Date: Sat September 19, 2015
Time: 9:30-11:30 am
Place: Meet at Pleasant Valley Parking lot on Macintosh Road.
Contact Email: info@lymelandtrust.org
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

Anthony-Irving-walk2015Anthony 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 at the Pleasant Valley Preserve. During this easy leisurely walk, we will visit several different habitats that contribute to the health of the Eightmile River Watershed and learn the importance of each natural area.terkkers

The walk is family friendly and will take about 2 hours.

Rain date: Sunday, September 20 at 9:30 am

Registration is appreciated: info@lymelandtrust.org

Anthony-Irving-walk2015Anthony 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 at the Pleasant Valley Preserve. During this easy leisurely walk, we will visit several different habitats that contribute to the health of the Eightmile River Watershed and learn the importance of each natural area.terkkers

The walk is family friendly and will take about 2 hours.

Rain date: Sunday, September 20 at 9:30 am

Registration is appreciated: info@lymelandtrust.org


Anthony-Irving-walk2015Anthony 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 at the Pleasant Valley Preserve. During this easy leisurely walk, we will visit several different habitats that contribute to the health of the Eightmile River Watershed and learn the importance of each natural area.terkkers

The walk is family friendly and will take about 2 hours.

Rain date: Sunday, September 20 at 9:30 am

Registration is appreciated: info@lymelandtrust.org

Anthony-Irving-walk2015Anthony 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 at the Pleasant Valley Preserve. During this easy leisurely walk, we will visit several different habitats that contribute to the health of the Eightmile River Watershed and learn the importance of each natural area.terkkers

The walk is family friendly and will take about 2 hours.

Rain date: Sunday, September 20 at 9:30 am

Registration is appreciated: info@lymelandtrust.org


Trailblazers walk- Patrell and Chapal Preserve

Date: Tue September 8, 2015
Time: 9:00 am
Place: Meet at Patrell Preserve Parking Lot, Baker's Lane, Lyme
Contact Email: openspace@townlyme.org
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

Devil's Hopyard 2015

Join us for this moderately easy walk in the woods. Everyone is welcome.The Preserve has about 3000 feet of footage along the Eightmile River.

This week’s hike will explore Patrell Preserve and Chapal Preserve in Lyme and East Haddam, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator. We will walk about 2 miles.

Rain cancels.

Directions: Rt. 156 about 8 miles north from I-95 in Old Lyme to right on Baker Lane. The parking area is 1/2 mile on the left near 11 Baker’s Lane.

Devil's Hopyard 2015

Join us for this moderately easy walk in the woods. Everyone is welcome.The Preserve has about 3000 feet of footage along the Eightmile River.

This week’s hike will explore Patrell Preserve and Chapal Preserve in Lyme and East Haddam, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator. We will walk about 2 miles.

Rain cancels.

Directions: Rt. 156 about 8 miles north from I-95 in Old Lyme to right on Baker Lane. The parking area is 1/2 mile on the left near 11 Baker’s Lane.


Devil's Hopyard 2015

Join us for this moderately easy walk in the woods. Everyone is welcome.The Preserve has about 3000 feet of footage along the Eightmile River.

This week’s hike will explore Patrell Preserve and Chapal Preserve in Lyme and East Haddam, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator. We will walk about 2 miles.

Rain cancels.

Directions: Rt. 156 about 8 miles north from I-95 in Old Lyme to right on Baker Lane. The parking area is 1/2 mile on the left near 11 Baker’s Lane.

Devil's Hopyard 2015

Join us for this moderately easy walk in the woods. Everyone is welcome.The Preserve has about 3000 feet of footage along the Eightmile River.

This week’s hike will explore Patrell Preserve and Chapal Preserve in Lyme and East Haddam, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator. We will walk about 2 miles.

Rain cancels.

Directions: Rt. 156 about 8 miles north from I-95 in Old Lyme to right on Baker Lane. The parking area is 1/2 mile on the left near 11 Baker’s Lane.


Trailblazers walk- John Lohmann CT River Preserve in Old Lyme

Date: Tue August 25, 2015
Time: 9:30 am
Place: Park along the road by 33 Coult Lane, Old Lyme
Contact Email: openspace@townlyme.org
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

03g_pic1_ctriverJoin us for this moderately easy walk. Everyone is welcome. This preserve has dramatic rocky outcrops along Lords Cove in the CT River.

This week’s hike will explore John Lohmann CT River Preserve in Old Lyme led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator. The walk is about 2 miles. When we arrive at the point, you will want to linger. The preserve affords magnificent views of Lords Cove and the Connecticut River. Bring a snack to enjoy while you take in the view.

Rain cancels.

Directions: From I-95, take Rte 156 north 2.1 miles to Coult Lane. The property is accessed from a trailhead located at 33 Coult Lane. You may park along Coult Lane but out of consideration for the residents, please do not block driveways or park directly across from driveways on the opposite side of the road.

03g_pic1_ctriverJoin us for this moderately easy walk. Everyone is welcome. This preserve has dramatic rocky outcrops along Lords Cove in the CT River.

This week’s hike will explore John Lohmann CT River Preserve in Old Lyme led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator. The walk is about 2 miles. When we arrive at the point, you will want to linger. The preserve affords magnificent views of Lords Cove and the Connecticut River. Bring a snack to enjoy while you take in the view.

Rain cancels.

Directions: From I-95, take Rte 156 north 2.1 miles to Coult Lane. The property is accessed from a trailhead located at 33 Coult Lane. You may park along Coult Lane but out of consideration for the residents, please do not block driveways or park directly across from driveways on the opposite side of the road.


03g_pic1_ctriverJoin us for this moderately easy walk. Everyone is welcome. This preserve has dramatic rocky outcrops along Lords Cove in the CT River.

This week’s hike will explore John Lohmann CT River Preserve in Old Lyme led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator. The walk is about 2 miles. When we arrive at the point, you will want to linger. The preserve affords magnificent views of Lords Cove and the Connecticut River. Bring a snack to enjoy while you take in the view.

Rain cancels.

Directions: From I-95, take Rte 156 north 2.1 miles to Coult Lane. The property is accessed from a trailhead located at 33 Coult Lane. You may park along Coult Lane but out of consideration for the residents, please do not block driveways or park directly across from driveways on the opposite side of the road.

03g_pic1_ctriverJoin us for this moderately easy walk. Everyone is welcome. This preserve has dramatic rocky outcrops along Lords Cove in the CT River.

This week’s hike will explore John Lohmann CT River Preserve in Old Lyme led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator. The walk is about 2 miles. When we arrive at the point, you will want to linger. The preserve affords magnificent views of Lords Cove and the Connecticut River. Bring a snack to enjoy while you take in the view.

Rain cancels.

Directions: From I-95, take Rte 156 north 2.1 miles to Coult Lane. The property is accessed from a trailhead located at 33 Coult Lane. You may park along Coult Lane but out of consideration for the residents, please do not block driveways or park directly across from driveways on the opposite side of the road.


Path Grooming Walk at Hartman Park

Date: Tue August 18, 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.

Hartman teamJoin 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 by Wendolyn Hill: Thank you to the Hartman work party on June 30

 

Hartman teamJoin 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 by Wendolyn Hill: Thank you to the Hartman work party on June 30

 


Hartman teamJoin 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 by Wendolyn Hill: Thank you to the Hartman work party on June 30

 

Hartman teamJoin 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 by Wendolyn Hill: Thank you to the Hartman work party on June 30

 


CANCELLED Trailblazers walk- Patrell and Chapal Preserve

Date: Tue August 11, 2015
Time: 9:30 am
Place: Meet at Patrell Preserve Parking Lot, Baker's Lane, Lyme
Contact Email: openspace@townlyme.org
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

Devil's Hopyard 2015This walk has been cancelled due to the forecast of rain.

Join us for this moderately easy walk in the woods. Everyone is welcome.The Preserve has about 3000 feet of footage along the Eightmile River.

This week’s hike will explore Patrell Preserve and Chapal Preserve in Lyme and East Haddam, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator. We will walk about 2 miles.

Rain cancels.

Directions: Rt. 156 about 8 miles north from I-95 in Old Lyme to right on Baker Lane. The parking area is 1/2 mile on the left near 11 Baker’s Lane.

Devil's Hopyard 2015This walk has been cancelled due to the forecast of rain.

Join us for this moderately easy walk in the woods. Everyone is welcome.The Preserve has about 3000 feet of footage along the Eightmile River.

This week’s hike will explore Patrell Preserve and Chapal Preserve in Lyme and East Haddam, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator. We will walk about 2 miles.

Rain cancels.

Directions: Rt. 156 about 8 miles north from I-95 in Old Lyme to right on Baker Lane. The parking area is 1/2 mile on the left near 11 Baker’s Lane.


Devil's Hopyard 2015This walk has been cancelled due to the forecast of rain.

Join us for this moderately easy walk in the woods. Everyone is welcome.The Preserve has about 3000 feet of footage along the Eightmile River.

This week’s hike will explore Patrell Preserve and Chapal Preserve in Lyme and East Haddam, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator. We will walk about 2 miles.

Rain cancels.

Directions: Rt. 156 about 8 miles north from I-95 in Old Lyme to right on Baker Lane. The parking area is 1/2 mile on the left near 11 Baker’s Lane.

Devil's Hopyard 2015This walk has been cancelled due to the forecast of rain.

Join us for this moderately easy walk in the woods. Everyone is welcome.The Preserve has about 3000 feet of footage along the Eightmile River.

This week’s hike will explore Patrell Preserve and Chapal Preserve in Lyme and East Haddam, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator. We will walk about 2 miles.

Rain cancels.

Directions: Rt. 156 about 8 miles north from I-95 in Old Lyme to right on Baker Lane. The parking area is 1/2 mile on the left near 11 Baker’s Lane.


Path Grooming Walk at Hartman Park

Date: Tue July 28, 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.

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.July 14 work party

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 by Wendolyn Hill: Thank you to the Hartman work party on July 14

 

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.July 14 work party

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 by Wendolyn Hill: Thank you to the Hartman work party on July 14

 


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.July 14 work party

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 by Wendolyn Hill: Thank you to the Hartman work party on July 14

 

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.July 14 work party

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 by Wendolyn Hill: Thank you to the Hartman work party on July 14

 


Programs in the Park

Date: Sat July 25, 2015
Time: 9-10am
Place: Picnic Pavilion Parking Lot, Devil's Hopyard, East Haddam
Contact Email:
Presenter: Eightmile River Watershed Committee
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

terkkersJuly 11: Woodland Critters

July 18: Riveting Reptiles

July 25: Stream Bugs

For  more information about the programs: 8Mile-FamilyPrograms

 

terkkersJuly 11: Woodland Critters

July 18: Riveting Reptiles

July 25: Stream Bugs

For  more information about the programs: 8Mile-FamilyPrograms

 


terkkersJuly 11: Woodland Critters

July 18: Riveting Reptiles

July 25: Stream Bugs

For  more information about the programs: 8Mile-FamilyPrograms

 

terkkersJuly 11: Woodland Critters

July 18: Riveting Reptiles

July 25: Stream Bugs

For  more information about the programs: 8Mile-FamilyPrograms

 


Trailblazers walk- Jewett to Pleasant Valley Preserve

Date: Tue July 21, 2015
Time: 9 am
Place: Meet at Pleasant Valley Parking Lot, MacIntosh Rd., Lyme
Contact Email: openspace@townlyme.org
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

Humphrey-walkJoin us for this moderate walk in the woods from the Jewett Preserve White Trail to Pleasant Valley Preserve.

This week’s hike will explore Jewett and Pleasant Valley Preserve, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator. The hike is a little more than 2.5 miles. Meet at the Pleasant Valley Preserve parking lot. We will carpool from the Pleasant Valley Parking lot to the Mt Archer parking lot and then walk back.

Rain cancels.

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


Humphrey-walkJoin us for this moderate walk in the woods from the Jewett Preserve White Trail to Pleasant Valley Preserve.

This week’s hike will explore Jewett and Pleasant Valley Preserve, led by Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member and Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator. The hike is a little more than 2.5 miles. Meet at the Pleasant Valley Preserve parking lot. We will carpool from the Pleasant Valley Parking lot to the Mt Archer parking lot and then walk back.

Rain cancels.

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