Madison Land Conservation Trust

Madison Land Conservation Trust is one of the oldest land trusts in the United States. The Land Trust is a nonprofit organization with an all-volunteer board of directors.

Throughout the town of Madison, the Land Trust protects close to 1700 acres of woodlands and wetlands, fragile and vital habitats that might otherwise have been consumed by development. These properties provide residents and school groups with more than 35 miles of trails to enjoy.

Mission
to conserve the natural resources of the Town of Madison, including woodlands, water resources, animal and plant habitats, and unique historic places, for the benefit, enjoyment, and education of present and future generations.


Contact Madison Land Conservation Trust

Michael Maloney
President
PO Box 561
Madison, Connecticut  06443-0561
Phone: 203- 245-7909


 

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • New Haven County, Connecticut


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