Townsend Conservation Land Trust participated in the library’s Festival of Trees during the holiday season. Our book was A River Ran Wild by Lynne Cherry, a true story of the history, the polluting, and the cleanup of the Nashua River. The Squannacook River in Townsend is a tributary of the Nashua River .
TCLT coordinated the Audubon Christmas Bird Count for Townsend. We also participated in the count by observing birds on three of our properties: Howard M Stein Memorial Park, Pheasant Ridge Trail and Park, and the Mikko and John Aho Nature Trail. Despite windy weather, there were 18 participants (and several children), a total of 38.5 … Read more
Birds of the Massachusetts Woodlands Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. NRWA River Resource Center, 592 Main Street (Rt. 119), Groton, MA Are your woods bird-friendly? The forests of New England are vital for the survival and reproduction of many birds, such as the Chestnut-sided Warbler and Wood Thrush. Yet numerous forest birds have undergone … Read more
With our new trail map in hand, we met with Ray Jackson to learn about best practices for trail work. This information will be used for our upcoming trail maintenance day, this Saturday, May 6th 2017. Thank you, Ray for your valuable input and advice!
Townsend Conservation Land Trust launched our new website on March 21, 2017. The new site is better suited to a wide range of devices and screen sizes and has features that enable us to more easily focus our content on conservation in Townsend.