The mission of the Litchfield Land Trust is to conserve the natural resources of Litchfield and abutting towns, and to acquire open space so that the present environmental qualities will be preserved for future residents. The primary goal of the Litchfield Land Trust is to identify and conserve critical lands through coordinated efforts with landowners, state and town agencies and conservation organizations. This land is maintained in accordance with the highest standards of land stewardship.
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The Litchfield Land Trust is a non-profit, member-supported land trust, incorporated in 1968.
In 2003, we completed our first purchase of land, Hassig Farm on Route 202, now renamed the "Graham Thompson Preserve", and in 2001 we raised the bulk of the funds – through a State matching grant, a foundation grant, and private contributions – toward the purchase of the 90-acre Haight property along the Bantam River, a property now owned and managed by The White Memorial Foundation that contributed its own funds to complete this acquisition.
Since 1968, Litchfield Land Trust has worked with Litchfield land owners interested in preserving their land as open space for the enjoyment of future generations through donations of land and donations of conservation easements.
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