Littleton Conservation Trust


The Littleton Conservation Trust
(LCT) is a private land trust formed in 1962 to promote Littleton's rural character; to preserve its water, plant, and wildlife resources and its unique views; and to provide environmental education. The LCT is caretaker of over 300 acres of property (all gifted from far-sighted residents) on which we manage a system of trails for public use.

Littleton has a volunteer Land Stewards program. The Stewards program monitors and maintains all Littleton conservation lands.

How to Become a Land Steward

Any resident of the Town is eligible to volunteer to be a Land Steward of one or more properties. For information about volunteering as a Land Steward, contact Art Lazarus (978-486-0261) or Melissa Spurr (978-486-4517).


Contact Littleton Conservation Trust

Fran Meyers
Secretary
PO Box 594
Littleton, Massachusetts  01460-0594
Phone: (978) 486 3776


 

Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Massachusetts


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