Upcoming Events

Eastern Coyotes in CT

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Date: Thu January 27, 2022
Time: 7:00 pm
Place: Lyme Public Library
Contact Email: programreg@lymepl.org
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With Paul Colburn, Master Wildlife Conservationist. Paul Colburn will provide strategies for co-existence with coyotes. He’ll also focus on the history of coyotes in CT and give an overview of habitat, diet, behavior, and reproduction.

Please register on the website: lymepl.org, call the library at 860-434-2272 or register in person

This program is co-sponsored and funded by the Friends of the Lyme Public Library.

This program is free and open to all. To see poster.


With Paul Colburn, Master Wildlife Conservationist. Paul Colburn will provide strategies for co-existence with coyotes. He’ll also focus on the history of coyotes in CT and give an overview of habitat, diet, behavior, and reproduction.

Please register on the website: lymepl.org, call the library at 860-434-2272 or register in person

This program is co-sponsored and funded by the Friends of the Lyme Public Library.

This program is free and open to all. To see poster.


Tuesday Trek: Chestnut Hill Preserve/Nehantic State Forest

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Photo: Wendolyn Hill
Date: Tue February 1, 2022
Time: 9:30 -11:30ish am
Place: Chestnut Hill parking along Sterling Hill Rd, Lyme CT
Contact Email: openspace@townlyme.org
Presenter: Wendy Hill
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Chestnut Hill Preserve/Nehantic State Forest to Uncas Lake and back. About 2.5 miles. Roadside parking at Chestnut Hill entrance, Sterling Hill Rd, Lyme.

Reserve a spot: openspace@townlyme.org

View the Tuesday Trek Schedule

Join us for a refreshing morning walk on a Lyme preserve led by a board or staff member of the Lyme Land Trust. The leaders will alternate each week between Sue Cope, Wendy Hill, and Kristina White with Brady, canine guide. The walks are moderately easy unless noted. Bring a water bottle and dress for the weather.

Reservations are required. Contact walk leader to reserve.

Inclement weather cancels.

 


 

Chestnut Hill Preserve/Nehantic State Forest to Uncas Lake and back. About 2.5 miles. Roadside parking at Chestnut Hill entrance, Sterling Hill Rd, Lyme.

Reserve a spot: openspace@townlyme.org

View the Tuesday Trek Schedule

Join us for a refreshing morning walk on a Lyme preserve led by a board or staff member of the Lyme Land Trust. The leaders will alternate each week between Sue Cope, Wendy Hill, and Kristina White with Brady, canine guide. The walks are moderately easy unless noted. Bring a water bottle and dress for the weather.

Reservations are required. Contact walk leader to reserve.

Inclement weather cancels.

 


Tuesday Trek: Johnston and Pleasant Valley Preserves

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Date: Tue February 8, 2022
Time: 9:30 am -11:30ish am
Place: Johnston parking lot, Rte 82, Lyme CT
Contact Email: Kristina.white@lymelandtrust.org
Presenter: Kristina White
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Johnston and Pleasant Valley Preserves–Hike through Johnston to overlook and then proceed to the Pleasant Valley overlook and back.  Lots of up and down hills. 3-4 miles. 2 hours. Strenuous pace hike. Park at the Johnston Preserve entrance on Rte 82.

Contact: Kristina.white@lymelandtrust.org

View the Tuesday Trek Schedule

Join us for a refreshing morning walk on a Lyme preserve led by a board or staff member of the Lyme Land Trust. The leaders will alternate each week between Sue Cope, Wendy Hill, Tony Irving, and Kristina White with Brady, canine guide. The walks are moderately easy unless noted. Bring a water bottle and dress for the weather.

Reservations are required. Contact walk leader to reserve.

Inclement weather cancels.

 


 

Johnston and Pleasant Valley Preserves–Hike through Johnston to overlook and then proceed to the Pleasant Valley overlook and back.  Lots of up and down hills. 3-4 miles. 2 hours. Strenuous pace hike. Park at the Johnston Preserve entrance on Rte 82.

Contact: Kristina.white@lymelandtrust.org

View the Tuesday Trek Schedule

Join us for a refreshing morning walk on a Lyme preserve led by a board or staff member of the Lyme Land Trust. The leaders will alternate each week between Sue Cope, Wendy Hill, Tony Irving, and Kristina White with Brady, canine guide. The walks are moderately easy unless noted. Bring a water bottle and dress for the weather.

Reservations are required. Contact walk leader to reserve.

Inclement weather cancels.

 


“For the Love of Nature” Forest Bathing

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Date: Sat February 12, 2022
Time: 1:30-3:30 pm
Place: Eno Preserve, Mt Archer Rd, Lyme CT
Contact Email: regan@reganstacey.com
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Happy Valentine’s Day! Make a date with nature and share the love. This forest bathing walk is offered around the theme of Love – for oneself, others, and the natural world. Give and receive some love from the forest for Valentine’s Day. Invitations to deepen your connection with nature will be offered along the way. The walk concludes with a wild-foraged tea. The walk is about 1-mile over easy to moderate terrain. Park at Jewett Preserve cemetery entrance- across Mt Archer Road from Eno Preserve entrance.

Registration: $32 ~ includes the program and tea.
Lyme Land Trust members receive 15% off with the discount code LLT15.

To register: click here

Forest bathing is inspired by the Japanese practice of Shinrin-yoku – taking in the forest atmosphere. As a growing global wellness movement, it is backed by nearly 40 years of scientific research on the holistic benefits of immersing yourself in nature. These benefits include reduced stress and blood pressure, increased creativity and focus, improved mood and sleep, and a boost to immune functions.

 Regan Stacey is an artist and environmentalist whose passion is to re-connect humans to nature for the betterment of themselves, their communities, and our planet, Earth.  She is also co-founder of The Forest Therapy School, training forest therapy guides to share this work around the world.  Locally, she is involved in a number of nature-based organizations and facilitates kids’ clubs through the Lyme Land Trust. You can find out more about her work at reganstacey.com   


 

Happy Valentine’s Day! Make a date with nature and share the love. This forest bathing walk is offered around the theme of Love – for oneself, others, and the natural world. Give and receive some love from the forest for Valentine’s Day. Invitations to deepen your connection with nature will be offered along the way. The walk concludes with a wild-foraged tea. The walk is about 1-mile over easy to moderate terrain. Park at Jewett Preserve cemetery entrance- across Mt Archer Road from Eno Preserve entrance.

Registration: $32 ~ includes the program and tea.
Lyme Land Trust members receive 15% off with the discount code LLT15.

To register: click here

Forest bathing is inspired by the Japanese practice of Shinrin-yoku – taking in the forest atmosphere. As a growing global wellness movement, it is backed by nearly 40 years of scientific research on the holistic benefits of immersing yourself in nature. These benefits include reduced stress and blood pressure, increased creativity and focus, improved mood and sleep, and a boost to immune functions.

 Regan Stacey is an artist and environmentalist whose passion is to re-connect humans to nature for the betterment of themselves, their communities, and our planet, Earth.  She is also co-founder of The Forest Therapy School, training forest therapy guides to share this work around the world.  Locally, she is involved in a number of nature-based organizations and facilitates kids’ clubs through the Lyme Land Trust. You can find out more about her work at reganstacey.com   


Hiking Club for Middle Schoolers

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Photo by Regan Stacey
Date: Sat February 12, 2022
Time: 11:00 am-1:00 pm
Place: Register to learn the location. A different preserve each week.
Contact Email: reganstacey@gmail.com
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

 

Join our group for middle school-aged children. Come hike the trails! Every month the hike will be an adventure to explore the natural world at a different preserve.  Get out and be curious!

Bring lunch!

Registration required, email reganstacey@gmail.com.

The Hiking Club is a drop-off/pick-up program.  If you are a parent who would like to walk the trails during the club time, you are welcome to do so on your own, with other friends/parents, or even bring your dog! The Hiking Club is limited to 10 participants per meet-up.
The club is organized by volunteer Regan Stacey, who has children in the LOL school district.

Environmentalist/artist Regan Stacey currently runs the Tree Collective, a program for teens, and the Middle School Hiking Club. She offers forest bathing and mindful nature connection in the local area as well as co-founding The Forest Therapy School.

To learn more about the Lyme Land Trust’s educational programs.


 

Join our group for middle school-aged children. Come hike the trails! Every month the hike will be an adventure to explore the natural world at a different preserve.  Get out and be curious!

Bring lunch!

Registration required, email reganstacey@gmail.com.

The Hiking Club is a drop-off/pick-up program.  If you are a parent who would like to walk the trails during the club time, you are welcome to do so on your own, with other friends/parents, or even bring your dog! The Hiking Club is limited to 10 participants per meet-up.
The club is organized by volunteer Regan Stacey, who has children in the LOL school district.

Environmentalist/artist Regan Stacey currently runs the Tree Collective, a program for teens, and the Middle School Hiking Club. She offers forest bathing and mindful nature connection in the local area as well as co-founding The Forest Therapy School.

To learn more about the Lyme Land Trust’s educational programs.


Tuesday Trek: Ravine Trail

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photo by Mal Karwoski
Date: Tue February 15, 2022
Time: 9:30 am -11:30ish am
Place: Ravine Trail, Joshuatown Rd. Lyme Ct
Contact Email: sue.cope@lymelandtrust.org
Presenter: Sue Cope
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Ravine Trail– moderate grades and option for longer hike depending on the group. Meet at Selden Creek Preserve parking lot on Joshuatown Rd.

To reserve a space: sue.cope@lymelandtrust.org

View the Tuesday Trek Schedule

Join us for a refreshing morning walk on a Lyme preserve led by a board or staff member of the Lyme Land Trust. The leaders will alternate each week between Sue Cope, Wendy Hill, Tony Irving, and Kristina White with Brady, canine guide. The walks are moderately easy unless noted. Bring a water bottle and dress for the weather.

Reservations are required. Contact walk leader to reserve.

Inclement weather cancels.

 


 

Ravine Trail– moderate grades and option for longer hike depending on the group. Meet at Selden Creek Preserve parking lot on Joshuatown Rd.

To reserve a space: sue.cope@lymelandtrust.org

View the Tuesday Trek Schedule

Join us for a refreshing morning walk on a Lyme preserve led by a board or staff member of the Lyme Land Trust. The leaders will alternate each week between Sue Cope, Wendy Hill, Tony Irving, and Kristina White with Brady, canine guide. The walks are moderately easy unless noted. Bring a water bottle and dress for the weather.

Reservations are required. Contact walk leader to reserve.

Inclement weather cancels.

 


Tuesday Trek: Brockway-Hawthorne Preserve

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Date: Tue February 22, 2022
Time: 9:30 am -11:30ish am
Place: Brockway-Hawthorne Preserve, Brush Hill Rd, Lyme CT
Contact Email: anthonyinlyme@gmail.com
Presenter: Tony Irving
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Brockway-Hawthorne Preserve–Notice glacial geology and its effect on colonial agricultural practices. Meet at Brush Hill Rd parking lot entrance.

To reserve a space: anthonyinlyme@gmail.com

View the Tuesday Trek Schedule

Join us for a refreshing morning walk on a Lyme preserve led by a board or staff member of the Lyme Land Trust. The leaders will alternate each week between Sue Cope, Wendy Hill, Tony Irving, and Kristina White with Brady, canine guide. The walks are moderately easy unless noted. Bring a water bottle and dress for the weather.

Reservations are required. Contact walk leader to reserve.

Inclement weather cancels.

 


 

Brockway-Hawthorne Preserve–Notice glacial geology and its effect on colonial agricultural practices. Meet at Brush Hill Rd parking lot entrance.

To reserve a space: anthonyinlyme@gmail.com

View the Tuesday Trek Schedule

Join us for a refreshing morning walk on a Lyme preserve led by a board or staff member of the Lyme Land Trust. The leaders will alternate each week between Sue Cope, Wendy Hill, Tony Irving, and Kristina White with Brady, canine guide. The walks are moderately easy unless noted. Bring a water bottle and dress for the weather.

Reservations are required. Contact walk leader to reserve.

Inclement weather cancels.

 


Story Time with Lavender, the Opossum

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Photo from the Lefferts
Date: Fri February 25, 2022
Time: 3 pm
Place: Lyme Public Library Community Room, 482 Hamburg Rd. Lyme CT
Contact Email: openspace@townlyme.org
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Meet Lavender the opossum and learn why she lives in a house. Lavender wrote a book about it. Lavender’s human friend will read the book out loud and then the children will get to meet a live opossum.
Learn all about our helpful wildlife friends, the opossums, with Pamela and William Lefferts, wildlife rehabilitators with Ferncroft Wildlife Rescue.
Pamela A. Lefferts is a licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator in CT. Retired after many years in the field of education, Pam is the “hands-on” partner and does the critical medical care of the animals, preparing them for release. William H. Lefferts is a licensed CT Rehabilitator and Transporter.  Bill retired after teaching secondary school moderate to severe special needs children for over 40 years.  Bill helps with socialization and is instrumental in releases.
Always lovers of animals, the Lefferts operated a hobby farm for many years prior to retirement. In 2016 they began the process of becoming Wildlife rehabilitators and in early 2017 they opened Ferncroft Wildlife Rescue.  They believe it is the perfect volunteer opportunity for retirees and love to share their passion and knowledge of how and what “rehabbing” entails. Specializing in opossum, the Lefferts especially enjoy sharing knowledge about these misunderstood gentle creatures.

Meet them on FaceBook

Registration required: openspace@townlyme.org

 


Meet Lavender the opossum and learn why she lives in a house. Lavender wrote a book about it. Lavender’s human friend will read the book out loud and then the children will get to meet a live opossum.
Learn all about our helpful wildlife friends, the opossums, with Pamela and William Lefferts, wildlife rehabilitators with Ferncroft Wildlife Rescue.
Pamela A. Lefferts is a licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator in CT. Retired after many years in the field of education, Pam is the “hands-on” partner and does the critical medical care of the animals, preparing them for release. William H. Lefferts is a licensed CT Rehabilitator and Transporter.  Bill retired after teaching secondary school moderate to severe special needs children for over 40 years.  Bill helps with socialization and is instrumental in releases.
Always lovers of animals, the Lefferts operated a hobby farm for many years prior to retirement. In 2016 they began the process of becoming Wildlife rehabilitators and in early 2017 they opened Ferncroft Wildlife Rescue.  They believe it is the perfect volunteer opportunity for retirees and love to share their passion and knowledge of how and what “rehabbing” entails. Specializing in opossum, the Lefferts especially enjoy sharing knowledge about these misunderstood gentle creatures.

Meet them on FaceBook

Registration required: openspace@townlyme.org

 


Tuesday Trek: Hartman Park

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Photo: Wendolyn Hill
Date: Tue March 1, 2022
Time: 9:30 -11:30ish am
Place: Hartman Park Main Entrance, Gungy Rd, Lyme CT
Contact Email: openspace@townlyme.org
Presenter: Wendy Hill
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

 

Hartman Park–Come see what the beavers are up to. About 2 miles. Meet at Hartman Park Main Entrance, Gungy Rd.

Reserve a spot: openspace@townlyme.org

View the Tuesday Trek Schedule

Join us for a refreshing morning walk on a Lyme preserve led by a board or staff member of the Lyme Land Trust. The leaders will alternate each week between Sue Cope, Wendy Hill, and Kristina White with Brady, canine guide. The walks are moderately easy unless noted. Bring a water bottle and dress for the weather.

Reservations are required. Contact walk leader to reserve.

Inclement weather cancels.

 


 

Hartman Park–Come see what the beavers are up to. About 2 miles. Meet at Hartman Park Main Entrance, Gungy Rd.

Reserve a spot: openspace@townlyme.org

View the Tuesday Trek Schedule

Join us for a refreshing morning walk on a Lyme preserve led by a board or staff member of the Lyme Land Trust. The leaders will alternate each week between Sue Cope, Wendy Hill, and Kristina White with Brady, canine guide. The walks are moderately easy unless noted. Bring a water bottle and dress for the weather.

Reservations are required. Contact walk leader to reserve.

Inclement weather cancels.

 


Hiking Club for Middle Schoolers

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Photo by Regan Stacey
Date: Sat March 5, 2022
Time: 11:00 am-1:00 pm
Place: Register to learn the location. A different preserve each week.
Contact Email: reganstacey@gmail.com
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

 

Join our group for middle school-aged children. Come hike the trails! Every month the hike will be an adventure to explore the natural world at a different preserve.  Get out and be curious!

Bring lunch!

Registration required, email reganstacey@gmail.com.

The Hiking Club is a drop-off/pick-up program.  If you are a parent who would like to walk the trails during the club time, you are welcome to do so on your own, with other friends/parents, or even bring your dog! The Hiking Club is limited to 10 participants per meet-up.
The club is organized by volunteer Regan Stacey, who has children in the LOL school district.

Environmentalist/artist Regan Stacey currently runs the Tree Collective, a program for teens, and the Middle School Hiking Club. She offers forest bathing and mindful nature connection in the local area as well as co-founding The Forest Therapy School.


 

Join our group for middle school-aged children. Come hike the trails! Every month the hike will be an adventure to explore the natural world at a different preserve.  Get out and be curious!

Bring lunch!

Registration required, email reganstacey@gmail.com.

The Hiking Club is a drop-off/pick-up program.  If you are a parent who would like to walk the trails during the club time, you are welcome to do so on your own, with other friends/parents, or even bring your dog! The Hiking Club is limited to 10 participants per meet-up.
The club is organized by volunteer Regan Stacey, who has children in the LOL school district.

Environmentalist/artist Regan Stacey currently runs the Tree Collective, a program for teens, and the Middle School Hiking Club. She offers forest bathing and mindful nature connection in the local area as well as co-founding The Forest Therapy School.


Sapling Club-Outside Play for Elementary School-Aged Kids

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Date: Sat March 5, 2022
Time: 1:30-3:00 pm
Place: Banningwood Preserve, 19 Town Street, Lyme CT
Contact Email: reganstacey@gmail.com
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Join our hiking group for elementary school-aged children. Enjoy free play in the forest with friends! We meet up each month from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 pm at Banningwood Preserve. Parents are welcome to stay or drop-off.

The Sapling Club is limited to 15 participants per meet-up.
Registration required, please contact Regan Stacey at reganstacey@gmail.com.

The club is organized by volunteer Regan Stacey who has children in the LOL school district.

Environmentalist/artist Regan Stacey currently runs the Tree Collective, a program for teens. She owns Awaken the Forest Within, a mindfulness-based practice that helps [re]connect people to nature for the betterment of themselves and the earth

To learn more about the Lyme Land Trust’s educational programs.


 

Join our hiking group for elementary school-aged children. Enjoy free play in the forest with friends! We meet up each month from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 pm at Banningwood Preserve. Parents are welcome to stay or drop-off.

The Sapling Club is limited to 15 participants per meet-up.
Registration required, please contact Regan Stacey at reganstacey@gmail.com.

The club is organized by volunteer Regan Stacey who has children in the LOL school district.

Environmentalist/artist Regan Stacey currently runs the Tree Collective, a program for teens. She owns Awaken the Forest Within, a mindfulness-based practice that helps [re]connect people to nature for the betterment of themselves and the earth

To learn more about the Lyme Land Trust’s educational programs.


Tuesday Trek: Walbridge Woodlands

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Date: Tue March 8, 2022
Time: 9:30 am -11:30ish am
Place: Walbridge Woodlands, Gungy Rd, Lyme CT
Contact Email: Kristina.white@lymelandtrust.org
Presenter: Kristina White
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Walbridge Woodlands  Preserve–Hike through Hartman Park to do the white loop trail high on a ridge. Park at Hartman Park main entrance, Gungy Rd.

Contact: Kristina.white@lymelandtrust.org

View the Tuesday Trek Schedule

Join us for a refreshing morning walk on a Lyme preserve led by a board or staff member of the Lyme Land Trust. The leaders will alternate each week between Sue Cope, Wendy Hill, Tony Irving, and Kristina White with Brady, canine guide. The walks are moderately easy unless noted. Bring a water bottle and dress for the weather.

Reservations are required. Contact walk leader to reserve.

Inclement weather cancels.

 


 

Walbridge Woodlands  Preserve–Hike through Hartman Park to do the white loop trail high on a ridge. Park at Hartman Park main entrance, Gungy Rd.

Contact: Kristina.white@lymelandtrust.org

View the Tuesday Trek Schedule

Join us for a refreshing morning walk on a Lyme preserve led by a board or staff member of the Lyme Land Trust. The leaders will alternate each week between Sue Cope, Wendy Hill, Tony Irving, and Kristina White with Brady, canine guide. The walks are moderately easy unless noted. Bring a water bottle and dress for the weather.

Reservations are required. Contact walk leader to reserve.

Inclement weather cancels.

 


Tuesday Trek: Eno Preserve/Mt Archer Woods

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Date: Tue March 22, 2022
Time: 9:30 am -11:30ish am
Place: Mt Archer Preserve parking lot, Mt Archer Road, Lyme CT
Contact Email: anthonyinlyme@gmail.com
Presenter: Tony Irving
!!! seems it only displays well the 2nd time? ugh.

 

Eno/Mt Archer–Visit the ruins and see seasonal vistas of the CT River. Meet at Jewett cemetery parking lot, Mt Archer Rd.

To reserve a space: anthonyinlyme@gmail.com

View the Tuesday Trek Schedule

Join us for a refreshing morning walk on a Lyme preserve led by a board or staff member of the Lyme Land Trust. The leaders will alternate each week between Sue Cope, Wendy Hill, Tony Irving, and Kristina White with Brady, canine guide. The walks are moderately easy unless noted. Bring a water bottle and dress for the weather.

Reservations are required. Contact walk leader to reserve.

Inclement weather cancels.

 


 

Eno/Mt Archer–Visit the ruins and see seasonal vistas of the CT River. Meet at Jewett cemetery parking lot, Mt Archer Rd.

To reserve a space: anthonyinlyme@gmail.com

View the Tuesday Trek Schedule

Join us for a refreshing morning walk on a Lyme preserve led by a board or staff member of the Lyme Land Trust. The leaders will alternate each week between Sue Cope, Wendy Hill, Tony Irving, and Kristina White with Brady, canine guide. The walks are moderately easy unless noted. Bring a water bottle and dress for the weather.

Reservations are required. Contact walk leader to reserve.

Inclement weather cancels.

 


Tuesday Trek: Selden Landing

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Photo: Wendolyn Hill
Date: Tue March 29, 2022
Time: 9:30 -11:30ish am
Place: Selden Landing, Selden Rd, Lyme CT
Contact Email: openspace@townlyme.org
Presenter: Wendy Hill
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Selden Landing–2.5 acre preserve on Selden Cove. We will walk the short paths at the preserve and then walk on Selden Rd. to the CT River and back. 1.5+ miles. Pull in and park by the Selden Landing sign on Selden Rd.

Reserve a spot: openspace@townlyme.org

View the Tuesday Trek Schedule

Join us for a refreshing morning walk on a Lyme preserve led by a board or staff member of the Lyme Land Trust. The leaders will alternate each week between Sue Cope, Wendy Hill, and Kristina White with Brady, canine guide. The walks are moderately easy unless noted. Bring a water bottle and dress for the weather.

Reservations are required. Contact walk leader to reserve.

Inclement weather cancels.

 


 

Selden Landing–2.5 acre preserve on Selden Cove. We will walk the short paths at the preserve and then walk on Selden Rd. to the CT River and back. 1.5+ miles. Pull in and park by the Selden Landing sign on Selden Rd.

Reserve a spot: openspace@townlyme.org

View the Tuesday Trek Schedule

Join us for a refreshing morning walk on a Lyme preserve led by a board or staff member of the Lyme Land Trust. The leaders will alternate each week between Sue Cope, Wendy Hill, and Kristina White with Brady, canine guide. The walks are moderately easy unless noted. Bring a water bottle and dress for the weather.

Reservations are required. Contact walk leader to reserve.

Inclement weather cancels.

 


Tour de Lyme 2022

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Joe Standart
Date: Sun May 22, 2022
Time: starting at 8 am
Place: Ashlawn Farms, Bill Hill Road, Lyme CT
Contact Email: info@lymelandtrust.org
Presenter: Lyme Land Conservation Trust
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Please join us for the annual Tour de Lyme cycling event with beautifully scenic routes for all ages and levels. We’re looking forward to seeing you!

For more information, visit the Tour de Lyme webpage: TourDeLyme.org.

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.


 

Please join us for the annual Tour de Lyme cycling event with beautifully scenic routes for all ages and levels. We’re looking forward to seeing you!

For more information, visit the Tour de Lyme webpage: TourDeLyme.org.

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.