About Us

The Farmington Land Trust protects over 300 acres of fields, forests, wetlands, scenic vistas, historic sites and wildlife habitat from development. All of the Land Trust's 67 parcels will remain as open space forever, enriching the quality of life for Farmington residents for generations to come.

A Commitment to Conservation

We achieve our mission through acquisition, education, stewardship and advocacy. Read our newsletters to learn more.

 

We recently celebrated our 50th Anniversary! Watch our celebration video and learn how much we've accomplished in our 50 years of preservation.

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Film created by Brian Lindsay

Who We Are

The Land Trust is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, elected by our membership at our Annual Meeting held in April. Board Members offer invaluable financial and volunteer support to help maintain and preserve our properties and acquire additional open space. We also have the bountiful support of many community volunteers who help our fundraising and stewardship efforts. 

Thank you!

Our work is made possible by generous donations from our members, community partners, grants and businesses.

We are so grateful for their support.
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Photos by Tina Delaney

Protecting Wildlife

Protecting open space also protects wildlife. We offer many programs and events to educate and advocate for our feathered and furried friends.