The Land Trust is pleased to announce a gift from The Michael and Tara Burgess Edelman Family of 1.4 acres […]
A gift of land on Nashawtuc Hill
Join mycologist Lawrence Millman to explore fungi found in Wright Woods and Simon Willard Woods during this drought autumn.
Mushrooms during a drought year
Learn about the different species of birds that depart or fly though Concord MA every autumn with our very own […]
Hear from the Land Stewardship Intern about her experience with the Land Trust this summer!
Summer season with the Land Trust
Watch a short video that provides a quick overview of water chestnut – an aquatic invasive plant that affects our […]
water chestnut (Trapa natans)
Taking 20 minutes or more in your day to stroll, sit, or experience nature can lower your stress hormone levels; […]
20 Minutes Well Spent
Join in exploring the lands of the Concord watershed to learn about science, history, art and other topics this summer!
Learn about five common ferns with the Concord Land Conservation Trust’s Executive Director Laney Wilder. See if you can find […]
Five common ferns
Learn about the different species of birds that arrive in May to Concord MA with our very own resident Naturalist […]
Birds in Spring
Watch this virtual hike to learn about Corey-Bourquin Field and the different plants there that tell the history of agriculture […]
Exploring the Corey-Bourquin Field Trail
Upper Spencer Brook Valley is a property diverse in its features, from marshes and streams meandering toward Spencer Brook to […]
Meandering through Upper Spencer Brook Valley
In mid-late April, many plants and animals are starting to pop up. Here are a few videos of what you […]
Nature found at Hubbard Brook Farmfield and Bigelow Woods
Find out what is stirring and visible in the spring along the Andromeda Ponds and Well Meadow in Wright Woods […]
April in Wright Woods
Spring is on its way to New England; check out these videos to see what signs of spring one can […]
Virtual Hike Thornton and Anderson Woods
Volunteer & community events
Climate Emergency: Feedback Loops
Climate Emergency: Feedback Loops, is a series of five short films featuring 12 world-renowned climate scientists. Narrated by Richard Gere, these films are freely available for viewing now and are subtitled in 20 languages at https://feedbackloopsclimate.com/
Saturday, January 9th at 10:30pm ET is a free livestream conversation about the climate crisis. Visit https://feedbackloopsclimate.com/events/ for additional information and to register. A local Conordian resident worked to produce this film, so let us support their work and better understand feedback loops in our changing climate.
All in-person volunteer and community events have been postponed at this time.
The Land Trust will be resuming in-person programs when it’s safe to gather once more. In the meantime, see above the digital and self-guided programs.
Gather your supplies, pack your bag, and get ready for adventure! Join in exploring the lands of the Concord watershed to learn about science, history, art and other topics this summer.
Self-guided walk of Nashawtuc Hill Properties
Curious about the natural and cultural history around Nashawtuc Hill? Take a walk with the Land Trust’s self-guided map to learn more about the Land Trust’s properties at Nashawtuc Hill and unique features of the area.
* The Land Trust has partnered with Musketaquid Arts and the Environment to offer family “Wild Walks” on Land Trust properties. There is a small fee to register. The Land Trust makes its properties available for these events free of charge.