For all to enjoy.

The Wyndham Land Trust, Inc.


Photo: Duck Marsh, by WLT member Linda Goodwin

Explore Our Visitor-Friendly Locations

The public is welcome to explore the nature of Windham County at any of our nature preserves. These locations offer easy access and parking. Some offer walking paths. Remember, leave only footprints. For all to enjoy; for all to respect.

Bull Hill Project
Horses Allowed, Mountain Biking Allowed, Views, Visitor-Friendly, Walking Trail
Rapoport Preserve
Linda J. Rapoport Memorial Preserve
Visitor-Friendly, Walking Trail
Duck Marsh Preserve
Views, Visitor-Friendly
Aicher/Holzer Preserve
Horses Allowed, Views, Visitor-Friendly
Lyon Preserve
Visitor-Friendly, Walking Trail
Robbins/O’Leary/Blain Preserve
Horses Allowed, Mountain Biking Allowed, Visitor-Friendly, Walking Trail
An Accredited Land Trust Seal

Wyndham Land Trust Earns Accreditation

"One thing that unites us as a nation is land: Americans strongly support saving the open spaces they love. Since 1975, the Wyndham Land Trust has been doing just that for the people of Northeast Connecticut. Now the Wyndham Land Trust announced it has achieved national recognition – joining a network of over 400 accredited land trusts across the nation that have demonstrated their commitment to professional excellence and to maintaining the public’s trust in their work."

Photo: WLT member Jim Goodwin

Get Outside - Join a Wee Wander!

What do skunk cabbage, salamanders, mountain laurel, fireflies, bats, stunning views, eagles and fresh air have in common? They are just some of the topics set for Wyndham Land Trust’s Wee Wanders in 2019. They will be hosted on easy to access preserves, where one and all can easily wander. Walk leader and WLT volunteer Marcy Dawley encourages all ages and abilities to come out.

Check our Facebook page for all upcoming walks and events.Go to FaceBook!

Bull Hill Lookout, Thompson, Photo: by WLT member Jim Wheeler
Years in Service

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