East Granby Land Trust

PO Box 39
East Granby, CT 06026


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Our Mission:

The Mission of the East Granby Land Trust is to acquire and preserve open space and to promote public appreciation of the natural environment of East Granby.

The East Granby Land Trust (EGLT) is a private, non-governmental, non-profit organization incorporated in 1974 for the purpose of conserving the natural resources and unique features of East Granby.

The EGLT is one of the largest landowners in town, with 264 acres that are open to the public for passive recreational activity including hiking, photography and nature study.

All of the land owned by the Land Trust is to be preserved in its natural state forever.

Among our properties are portions of the priceless Metacomet Trail, acreage abutting the Newgate Wildlife Management area on both ends, and Griffin Marsh on Holcomb Street near Route 20.

We depend solely on members and volunteers from the community for support.

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