Saturday, May 27
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Larkin Preserve. Meet at the entrance on Long Meadow Road. The start of the trail is flanked by large rocks on the north side of the road, about 2/10 mile from the junction of Long Meadow and South Street.
Join MLT for a Botany Walk. guided by biologist Bill Giuditta. Bill is a retired biology teacher, with additional experience as a plant pathologist for the US Forest Service, and as a researcher in fungicides and plant disease. He notes that "I really enjoy the diversity of habitats at our land trust properties, and love to encourage others to learn more about the natural world and our responsibility to protect it."
For more information or to register, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
CT Trails Day - Foote Path Hike
Saturday, June 3 @ 11 AM
In celebration of CT Trails Day, Middlebury Land Trust will again be hosting a hike of the Foote Path. The full hike takes approximately 2-2.5 hours.
Starting at 136 BREAKNECK HILL ROAD, MIDDLEBURY, CT, which is THE END POINT OF THE HIKE, we will shuttle hikers to the entrance of the Sperry Preserve on Straits Turnpike to begin. If you prefer, you can meet hikers at 11:15 at the starting point, Sperry Pond, off of Straits Turnpike just north of Park Road, but please be aware that parking there is extremely limited. This hike is family and leashed dog friendly. There is a half-way spot on the hike, along Stonewall Drive, where people are able to leave the hike if needed. Following the hike, the Pulawski and Foote families invite you for light refreshments at 136 Breakneck Hill Road.