Preserving Roxbury’s Rural Heritage

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Established in 1970, the Roxbury Land Trust preserves the rural character of Roxbury, Connecticut and neighboring communities for generations to come.
Today 3,800 acres of woodlands, waterways and farms are conserved as open space under RLT’s stewardship. More than 32 preserves offer 30 miles of hiking trails, stunning vistas, reminders of Roxbury’s history and quiet places to enjoy nature’s splendor.

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Pollinator Pathway Lecture Series

Pollinator Pathway Lecture Series

April 3: Protect our Pollinators by Mary Wilson
April 10: Native Butterflies & How to Attract them to your Connecticut Garden by Toddy Benivegna
April 17: Uncovered Secrets of Planning & Installing a Meadow by Adrienne Caruso & Bob Lambert
April 24: Maximizing Space in the Garden:  Creating More of a Good Thing by Tovah Martin

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