Save the Date!
Harvest Farm to Table Tasting on the West District Nature Preserve.
September 20th, 3-6pm
Sample local cuisine, wine and spirits as you mingle with friends in a uniquely beautiful setting all while supporting the wonderful causes of the Farmington Land Trust.
Tickets on Sale soon!
A Packed House on Sunday, January 18th as folks turned out for Dr. Eileen Fielding's talk on the history of the Farmington River
"It All Happened on the Farmington River: A Story of Historic Sites, Fish, Factories, Floods & Flows”
The presentation by Dr. Eileen Fielding, Executive Director of the Farmington River Watershed Association was one of our best attended events ever! We had a full house at the Grist Mill on Mill Lane in Farmington, despite a driving rain and ice storm last Sunday at 3:00pm. More than ninety folks braved the wild weather to come hear her speak!
Click here to read the full story!
This event kicked off our 2015 series of programing and strolls. Look for more events on our calendar here in the coming weeks!
For more information call: 860-674-8545
Protecting The Open Space of Farmington
The Farmington Land Trust protects open space in perpetuity for the benefit of current and future generations through acquisition, stewardship, education, and advocacy.
A Story of Stewardship
On Thursday, November 6th, The Farmington Land Trust held a benefit celebration, “Preserving Our Legacy”, to honor the memory of founder Jack Emery and our first executive director Dick Noyes in recognition of the progress made in the preservation of open space in Farmington over the past 43 years. This video was produced to celebrate the past, view the present and present a vision for the future.
Find a Property
The Farmington Land Trust is fortunate to have ecologically diverse and historical important properties most of which were donated.
Learn about the properties
There are many ways to 'get involved'! Join us as a member, volunteer for one of our projects or programs, become a steward and help manage a property, get out on the land for a stroll or a hike, or simply read up on events in our newsletter to stay in touch!
Find out how you can get involved