Volunteer & community events
Concord Ag Day
Come meet the Concord Land Conservation Trust as we table at the annual Concord Ag Day! Learn about our properties, how we help to conserve farm land in Concord to support local farmers and preserve the traditional farming landscape in Concord.
Vernal pools with Bryan Windmiller
Join Bryan Windmiller, a local wetlands biologist and Director of Conservation Programs at Zoo New England, for an exploration of vernal pools. Using waders, nets, and buckets, Bryan will help us search for the organisms that call this environment home.
The winter storm cleanup continues! Help cut and stack brush on the Hallenbeck Land off of Lowell Road. Park and meet at 10am on Indian Spring Road. Wear sturdy shoes and bring work gloves. If you have loppers or a handsaw you can bring, that would be great.
Bring your binoculars! Peter Alden is leading our spring walk focusing on birds. We’re not going at the crack of dawn like the real birders do, but with an 8:00am start time it is early for us. Parking information
Bird walk with Peter Alden
Led by naturalist Peter Alden, we will search for birds, butterflies, bugs and flowers in a varied environment including forest, fields and wetlands, creating the opportunity to see a diversity of wildlife and plants.
Join us for our annual walk along the Assabet River which is part of Riverfest 2018. Park on the Nashawtuc Road causeway and meet at the corner of Nashawtuc and Musketaquid Roads. There will be refreshments after the walk.
* CLCT has partnered with Musketaquid Arts and the Environment to offer family “Wild Walks” on CLCT properties. There is a small fee to register. CLCT makes its properties available for these events free of charge.