Serving Milford, CT, since 1971!

Since our incorporation in 1971, the Milford Land Conservation Trust has been serving as a repository for undeveloped land in Milford, CT, preserving land in its natural state. The Trust has acquired nearly 125 acres of land in Milford that are open to the public for hiking, birding and natural science study.

Milford's protected plants, wildlife, birds and acreage lie in the hands of caring volunteers. Protecting and preserving open space is what we do and we need your help!

To learn more about the Trust, our current projects, and ways you can get involved, please continue reading, or contact us at info@milfordctlandtrust.org.

In the News

Land Trust hosts invasive plant cleanup at Nancy's Meadow

On September 28th, the Milford Land Conservation Trust hosted an invasive plant cleanup at Nancy's Meadow ... [ more ]


Annual meeting and invasive plant talk featuring Eric Larson

Our annual meeting took place on September 11th from 5:30 to 6:15 pm at St Peter's Hall, followed by a talk on invasive plants at Milford Public Library delivered by Eric Larson of the UConn Extension's Master Gardener's program ... [ more ]


Land Trust hosts invasive plant tour and cleanup at Stiles Street parcel

On August 24th, volunteers joined the Milford Land Conservation Trust to learn about invasive plants and help clean up the Stiles Street parcel ...  [ more ]


Land Trust cleans new open space parcel

On Saturday morning, 6/29, Land Trust volunteers help remove garbage, illegally dumped yard waste, and invasive plants from the newly acquired Hubbard parcel on Bonsilene, Wall, and Howe Streets. Learn more in the Milford Mirror.


Hubbard family donates Land Trust's newest parcel

Through the generosity of the Hubbard family, Milford Land Conservation Trust has acquired its newest parcel in Woodmont ... [ more ]


In Memoriam: Bradford Herbert Elker (1938-2018)

It is with great sadness that we share news of one of our longtime board members and benefactors, Milford native Bradford Elker's passing ... [ more ]





Top ] [ Back ]