East Haddam Land Trust, East Haddam, Land Trust, Land Preservation
   East Haddam Land Trust

East Haddam Land Trust preserves and protects land in perpetuity for the public benefit.

Lifetime Senior Passes purchased at a federal recreation sites cost just $10 through 8/27/17 ($20 when purchased online). Passes allow holders and their traveling companions free or reduced price access to National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Fish & Wildlife, Bureau of Reclamation, and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers sites. Visit this NPS web page for more info. Cost rises to $80 on 8/28/17.

Join us ...

8/28/17 Musical Bridges,
6:00 to 9:30, Goodspeed Theater Lawn, East Haddam.

Enjoy the musical talents of local musicians and beautiful views of the Connecticut River in this outdoor concert setting.

Lawn seating, food and light beverages available on site or pack a picnic dinner.

Food and donation proceeds benefit East Haddam Land Trust's Stewardship Fund - the fund that helps keep trails and preserves open for public use. 

Click the date link for more information.

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Help us locate and measure our region's Big Trees. Anyone can help - students, school classes, families, or individual tree-huggers.

Click Big Trees Project to learn more.

"The trust has done a wonderful job preserving not only the land in East Haddam and Moodus, but also our industrial heritage."
Peter Marteka, The Hartford Courant, 12/3/16

Why protect our land and waterways?

Clean water.

Waterlife survives in clean  streams and vernal pools such as these at Chapman Pond Preserve.

Preserved open space helps protect habitats of stream-dwelling shiners (upper photo), vernal pool dwelling tadpoles (lower photo), and other waterlife.

To give you access to natural areas

EHLT partners with municipal and state government, and other conservation groups to preserve open spaces for all to enjoy.

This footbridge over the Eightmile River in East Haddam's Chapal Farm Open Space, built mostly through EHLT volunteer labor, is a perfect example of multi-agency cooperation.

Preserved lands bring value to many aspects of life - exercise and adventure, wildlife observation, education and study, personal rejuvenation, and property values. Read more: "Economic Value of Protected Open Space"

Sheepskin Hollow PreserveSince 1979, your investments helped East Haddam Land Trust, a volunteer, non-profit land conservation corporation, preserve unique woodlands, fields, lakes, rivers and open spaces.



Chapman Pond

East Haddam Land Trust preserves land and waterways; protects and acquires parcels that add to existing open space and/or vital natural areas; stewards existing preserves; engages members and the public in activities that increase appreciation and understanding of the region's natural spaces and wildlife; raises funds, encourages membership, and maintains healthy financial status to support land acquisition and stewardship; and collaborates with regional conservation groups to encourage and support regional conservation goals.  

Hammond Mill Preserve 


Please join our continuing efforts. 

The East Haddam Land Trust
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