The children of Agnes L. Landon and John H. Landon recently agreed to donate 5.5 acres of salt marsh to the Guilford Land Conservation Trust in memory of their parents, long-time Guilford residents. The parcel stretches from near Water Street to the West River, just north of the Amtrak rail line. The land trust already […]
GLCT member and Guilford resident, Al Di Marzio, of Aldimar Video Productions, has recently created a documentary video to highlight GLCT's Olmsted Outlook property at River Street and Broad Street. Please enjoy the video here and share with your friends.
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Please be aware that hunting season runs between September and March. Hunting is permitted on the State-owned land in Westwoods and on many other privately held properties throughout Guilford. Wear bright colors and use caution during this time. For more specific dates and information, see http://www.ct.gov/deep/hunting.
The Guilford Land Conservation Trust (GLCT) has received a $150,000 gift from the estate of longtime Guilford resident, Elizabeth O. Kyburg, who died in August. Kyburg lived in Old Quarry, an area surrounded by Guilford’s marshes and woodlands, for 40 years and raised her children to appreciate the natural world. “She packed us up and […]