One of the benefits of living in Sharon is being part of a community that celebrates volunteerism and nonprofits. At the Sharon Land Trust, we are blessed with great volunteers that help us build trails, monitor easements, eradicate invasives,...
Meet at the East Street Parking Area Walk the newly completed bog bridge trail, with a 100 foot long wooden boardwalk, in the heart of this wetland complex. Secluded between two ridges, this preserve is a magical place. This is...
Meet at Williams Road Parking Area Hike to the top of the Mary Moore Preserve (and a bit beyond, if time permits) and take in a 30 mile view including Bear Mountain, Mount Everett, and Mount Greylock. This is a...
A group of volunteers got together on June 24th & 25th and worked at the Twin Oaks Field to clear the hedgerows along the ridge line. Under the guidance of landscaper and Sharon resident, Leonard Pouder, the trees have...
Under the direction of volunteer Leonard Pouder, the Sharon Land Trust is embarking on a project to clean up the hedge rows along the ridge of the Twin Oaks Field. Many of the trees on that beautiful ridge line are in jeopardy...
On the weekend of June 3 and 4, Connecticut is set to host Connecticut Trails Day. In Sharon, join the Sharon Land Trust on Saturday, June 3rd at 9:00 AM at the Mary Moore Preserve, 24 Williams Road for an outdoor...