June2 - HLT
Annual ForumWater Quality in
Our Streams? How Can We Tell?
with Dick Caley, Town Hall, 7:00 p.m.
June 3 - CT Trails DayTunxis Trail Pell Rd south to Rte 20, 1
mi in then 2.8 mi. hike with
Steve & Pam Emmons 9-11:30 a.m.
June 19-25 - National Pollinator Week.Refrain from chemical pesticide. Plant native
plants to flower from spring through fall: wild geranium and highbush blueberry for early season; swamp milkweed and
New Jersey tea for
mid-season; New England aster and wrinkleleaf
goldenrod for the late season.
July15 - Deadline
for submissions forPhoto calendar
2018 and note cards to
September 28 - Wildlife Photos with Cheryl Anderson 7:30 p.m. at Nellie B. West on Rte 20 East Hartland. Socialize with
wine, cheese, and nature!
November 27 - MDC Watershed Protection:Protecting Water at its Source with MDC Forester Andrew Hubbard on history, forestry project, land and wildlife management; Hartland School, 7:30 p.m. Special explanation ofschool Library mural of pre-reservoir Hartland Hollow by the artist HankPrussing
December 12 - Fifth Annual HLT Fundraiser at Flatbread
Pizza, 5-9 p.m. Canton Shoppes
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qualified purchases will go directly to our
land trust. Thank you!
Our 2017 calendar is now available to purchase, for $15.
In honor of our 10th anniversary, we're also offering
photo notecards for sale. $10 for a pack of 8 cards. Both
items are available at the following locations while
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.
Past news items:
The 2016 edition of our newslette. Page
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