Oct 1 HLT
1 p.m. at the Wilderness School,
Rte 20, East Hartland Guest Speaker -
Refreshments - Guided Hike
November 28, Forest for the Birds with Sean
Grace Audubon Sharon Director, Hartland
School, 7:30 p.m.
December 13, Fourth Annual HLT Fundraiser at
5-9 p.m. Canton, CT
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What's new with the HLT:
Our 2017 calendar is now available to purchase, for $15.
In honor of our 10th anniversary, we're offering photo notecards for sale. $10 for a pack of 8 cards.
Both items are available at the Town Hall while supplies last.
celebrate HLT 's10th anniversary as an
Hartland Land Trust is pleased
to sponsor historian and author Marty Podskoch for a
fascinating talk on the Civilian Conservation Corps
1 PMSaturday, October 1, 2016 at the
Wilderness School, site of former CCC Camp
Robinson, on Rte 20, East Hartland. Look for
the blue, green and yellow balloons!
Our collaborator the Hartland Historical Society
(HHS) will provide a slide show and artifact display
from Camp Robinson.
Following the talk:
2:00 PM Refreshments
3:00 PM Tom Dyer, former founding
director of the Wilderness School (WS) and former HLT
director, will lead an easy hike(.5 to 1 mile)
of the property and other State Forest areas used by CCC
with options to go off trail to see foundations or
remain on the trail. The hike is easily modified
for children and the elderly. We will see an old brick
kiln area, dump, foundations and the stone WS
administration building. The new WS Director Gene
Marchand will participate to be available for any
questions that arise regarding the WS.
Available for sale: ** in addition to our caps
the HLT 2017 Hartland PhotoCalendars will
in honor of our 10th anniversary: Photo Note
Cards selected from submissions that could not
be included in the calendars.
** Marty's new CT
A big thank you toHHS for
collaborating with us and to the Wilderness School for
providing the venue.
Read about how the Hartland Land Trust is supporting
the Salmon in Schools project
at the Hartland School.
Sorry, but the Moose Tee-Shirts are no longer
available for sale. The Hartland land trust thanks
everyone for supporting us in this fundraising endeavor.
Please look for "Hartland" signs hand-crafted by Kris
Anderson that will be sold at many of our events.