Activities

NBLCT Annual Meeting, Wednesday, June 1, 2022 with Guest Speaker Andy Bozzuto

North Branford Land Conservation Trust invites you to join us for our 2022 Annual Meeting with guest speaker Andy Bozzuto on Wednesday, June 1st at 6:00 pm, 66 Lanes Pond Rd, Northford

The short business meeting where we will be electing officers will be followed by a presentation at 6:15 by Andy Bozzuto, who will discuss the Millpond Gatherings, his new business venture located on a historic mill site on the Farm River in Northford.  Andy will share his insights into the history of this building and the site.  He will also discuss some of his ideas for bringing people together there to enjoy the historic property and the surrounding farmland, perhaps to better understand the local environment and the importance of local food sources.

Light refreshments will be provided.  We look forward to seeing you!

CT Trails Day at Notch Hill Brook Trail – Saturday, June 4th

 

Join NBLCT on Saturday, June 4th for CT Trails Day where we will hike the Notch Hill Brook Trail where you will learn about the geology and forest makeup of the area.

The hike will be in two parts. First there will be a short walk along the old Trolley line, appropriate for all ages.  Once that is complete there will be two options for the main trail. One is an easy to moderate hike, that will be appropriate for all ages. The second option will be for the more advanced and adventurous hikers to walk the ridge trail, which has a few very steep sections.
The day may also include a plant identification expert to talk about what plants and trees are along the trails.  There will be 1-3 bridge crossings of Notch Hill Brook.
Dress comfortably and wear sturdy shoes, or hiking boots if you have them.

Spring Botany Walk, Sunday, June 5th

Join NBLCT for a Spring Botany Walk on Sunday, June 5 at 1:00 pm with Lauren Brown , a botanist who specializes in local plants and flowers. The walk will be held at our new Village Street trail.

We’ll meet in back of the Northford Ice Pavillion located at 24 Firelite Place in Northford (Firelite Drive is next to Honeywell, off route 22 )

The Spring Botany Walk is presented by the North Branford Land Trust, which coordinates a number of events for adults and families throughout the year.  Please wear appropriate dress and comfortable, supportive walking shoes.

North Branford Land Trust

Mailing Address:

NBLCT Inc.
P.O Box 378
North Branford, CT 06471-0378

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