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The Farmington Land Trust is an active organization with a deep connection to our community. Learn more about conservation, our volunteers, organization, stewardship program, and history.

Medicine or Invasive Species?

Japanese Knotweed, also known as Mexican bamboo (Polygonum cuspidatum, Fallopia japonica) is the bane of a Connecticut gardener’s existence.

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On the
Cutting Edge 

When to Mow Your Lawn or Meadow

It's All Connected

Watch our annual meeting presentation   "It’s All Connected:  the importance of natives and organic land care in your backyard and beyond.”

By  Nancy DuBrule-Clemente, horticulturist from the organic garden retail center, Natureworks in Northford, CT.

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The importance of native plants.

FLT always tries to plant native plants on our properties. Using native plants conserves water and reduces pesticide use. In addition, it adds to biodiversity.


Climate Change in Farmington

We've partnered with students from Miss Porter's to learn more about climate change and its' effect on our community and throughout the globe. Click to read their latest publication dedicated to environmental advocacy.


Get Outside!

There’s no secret to why we at the Farmington Land Trust value open land.​

We are on YouTube!

Check out our Film Contest winners, past events and more.


Ashley Raphael

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In the Press

Learn about our history through the lens of local reporting.

The Steward

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Browse our member Newsletter, The Steward.

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