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Celebrating over 50 years of Conservation, Preservation and Protection of our Natural Resources

  • The Trust sadly announces the passing of long-time Board member and open space advocate Joe Calistro.  He will be sorely missed. 
  • The Trust is a proud sponsor of the Woodbridge Park Association’s Notable Tree project. Do you know of a tree in Woodbridge that may be ‘notable’ for its size, age, unique nature, or historical significance?   Please contact the WPA for more information about how you can nominate your tree!  http://woodbridgeparks.org/news-events/
  • Regular trail maintenance is scheduled for the first Saturday of each month, subject to weather and trail conditions.  For exact times, locations and dates please email us at woodbridgelandtrust@gmail.com.
  • Land Trust looking for good homes for our elm trees.  Click here for application.  American Elm Application
  • Land Trust announces $150,000 matching fund to save Baldwin Farm.
Established in 1964, the Woodbridge Land Trust, Inc. is one of the oldest land trusts in Connecticut.  We are a private nonprofit corporation led by a Board of Directors, a group of committed volunteers, devoted to the conservation, preservation and protection of our natural resources.  Through generous land and financial gifts, and continued efforts of volunteers, we work to ensure that working farms, forestland, wildlife habitats, wetlands and other precious and often threatened open spaces will be available today and for future generations to enjoy.  We encourage you to hike our trails and explore our properties.  For after all,

   “The landscape belongs to the person who looks at it.”

                                  – Ralph Waldo Emerson

The Woodbridge Land Trust is a proud member of the West River Watershed Coalition.  Click here for more information.