Wilton Land Conservation Trust

Mission
to save the open spaces: the meadows, woodlands, swamps, and waterways that make Wilton a special place. 

The Wilton Land Conservation Trust is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of open space in Wilton. Founded in 1964 by Wilton residents Morris Earle, Augustus W. Merlin, Lawrason Riggs III, and George W.D. Symonds, these farsighted founders anticipated the adverse impact of population increase and housing development on the natural resources and wildlife habitats in the Town.

The Trust is comprised of a volunteer Board of Trustees, all of whom are Wilton residents, and close to 500 members. We work in cooperation with the town governing boards and commissions to preserve the lands, and share our mission with other land trusts in Connecticut.


Contact Wilton Land Conservation Trust

Bruce E. Beebe
President
PO Box 77
Wilton, Connecticut  06897-0077
Phone: 203-761-8715


 

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Fairfield County, Connecticut


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