The Invasive Counter Offensive

Over 50 people attended the two invasive workshops on may 20th, including representatives from land trusts, town commissions, and homeowners. Many were inspired to attend by the recent Doug Tallamy lecture, How Native Plants Support Wildlife, which is now...

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Invasive Plant Workshops Restoration Solutions

Two field workshops are scheduled for Saturday, May 20. The workshops will demonstrate landscape management options to reverse invasive impact and encourage native plant ecosystems. Morning Workshop 9:30 - 11:30AM ~ HVRHS - Warren Turnpike Rd, near the tennis courts Hosted by:...

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Salisbury Forum spring lecture by Doug Tallamy

The program will occur at the Hotchkiss School Auditorium on May 12, 7:30 PM. Doug Tallamy’s first book, Bringing Nature Home, describes the role of native plants at the base of the food web, which supports a spectrum of...

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Environmental Sciences Scholarship Application

The SLT Scholarship is due on April 22, 2017. The selection criteria is on the application. Must be a high school senior from Sharon that wants to pursue an environment-related field Click the link below to download our scholarship application. DOWNLOAD

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Land Monitor Training and Volunteer Kick Off Day

Saturday, April 1st 9:00 - 11:00 am Sharon Town Hall - large meeting room, 2nd floor Paul Elconin, Director of Land Conservation at Weantinoge Heritage Land Trust is teaching land monitoring class to all SLT land monitors. Whether you are an experienced...

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2016 Newsletter

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Invasive Species Survey

Lauren Murtagh, a Sharon resident and Junior at HVRHS participated in the Natural Resource Conservation Academy at UConn (Storrs campus) over the summer. As part of the program, she has worked on a seven month community awareness project on...

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Mary Moore Preserve, Sharon, CT.

It was a great day for a hike out @ the Mary Moore Preserve. This is truly one of the most scenic areas of Sharon and the view is stunning! Thanks to all those that attended and helped make...

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