Calendar of Events
June 5, 2015
: HLT Annual Forum - Insects in the Garden: Friend, Foe, or Escargot?
with professional gardener, Pam Gilpin, Hartland School, 7:00 pm.
June 6, 2015: CT Trails Day. Hurricane Brook Trail off Rt 20 with Steve Emmons, 9 am - 11 am.
July 11, 2015: Deadline for submissions for the 2016 Hartland Land Trust calendar. Information at right.
September 28, 2015: Speaker series - Chestnuts with Dr. Sandra Anagnostakis of the CT Agricultural Experiment Station (CAES). Hartland School, 7:30 pm.
October 20, 2015: Third Annual HLT Fundraiser at Flatbread Pizza,
5-9 p.m. Canton, CT.
November 23, 2015: Speaker series - Bees with Kimberly Stoner of CAES. Hartland School, 7:30 pm.
What's new with the HLT:
- The 2015 edition of our newsletter is now available. (PDF, 1.5 MB)
- We've once again updated our DEEP Forestry page with the latest from David Irvin, Forester, CT DEEP.
- The first ever Hartland Land Trust photo calendar ($15) is available for sale at the Hartland Town Hall, during their hours of operation: http://www.hartlandct.org. You can also buy online, along with Hartland Land Trust caps: http://hartlandlandtrust.org/contact.htm.
- Our 2015 photo calendar was such a success that we are planning another one for 2016.
Put a smile on HLT's face when ordering from Amazon by using Amazon Smiles.
0.5% of qualified purchases will go directly to our land trust. Thank you!
- Hartland Middle School, in collaboration with the Hartland Land Trust, is participating in the Salmon-in-Schools project for the third year.
- Thanks to a new grant from the Farmington River Coordinating Committee, the program is being expanded into the Grade 3 classroom for the 2014-2015 school year.
- New link: https://sites.google.com/site/hartlandsalmoninschools/
Some photos from the HLT Annual Forum, featuring Gerri Griswold and spiny friend, New One.
Skull and crafts. Gerri Griswold and Sue Murray, with HLT baseball caps.
New--link to local organic farm: The Grassy Knoll Farm.
Check them out online or visit their Farm Store for naturally grown and handmade items.
- PLEASE NOTE: New mailing address for the Hartland Land Trust!
P.O. Box 12
East Hartland, CT
New email: hartlandCTlandtrust@gmail.com
- Download a membership form and join the Hartland Land Trust today!
- 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.
- Visit our DEEP Forestry Information page, brought to you by Dave Irvin, Forester with the CT DEEP. The most recent entry was added on April 26, 2015.
Past news items:
- The 2014 edition of our newsletter. (PDF, 3.1 MB)
- The 2013 edition of our newsletter. (PDF, 0.8 MB)
- The 2012 edition of our newsletter. Page 1. Page 2.
- The 2011 edition of our newsletter. (PDF, 2.6 MB)
- The 2010 edition of our newsletter. (PDF, 0.7 MB)
- HLT Trails Volunteer Day
- HLT awarded a Connecticut Land Trust Challenge Fund Grant.
- The 2009 HLT Annual Report is now available.
- The Spring 2009 newsletter is here, as well as the errata and additions file.
- The 2008 HLT Annual Report is available
- The Spring 2008 edition of our newsletter is out
- HLT hosted Robert Thorson, author of “Stone by Stone” as the guest speaker at its Annual Forum on June 2, 2008.
- The Hartland Natural Resource Inventory may be viewed here. Thirteen maps have been added.
- HLT's 501-c3 status was approved by the IRS in October, 2007!
- Hartland Land Trust Annual
Report, June 2007
- Town Mailing,
- Moose and Hartland Land Trust Share Goal , Incorporation