Meadow habitat along the Housatonic River delta, 2.61 acres. Adjacent to the Charles E. Wheeler Wildlife Area.
This parcel of land, known as Nancy's Meadow, was dedicated as a tribute to the late Nancy Bruno, who loved nature. Nancy Bruno was a local enviromentalist and nursery shcool teacher, so she touched a lot of lives. The site is to be kept in its near natural state. A walking trail was dedicated to the memory of Judy Weyant, who was a strong supporter and tireless worker for the cause of land preservation.
This site is an on-going project which includes clearing invasive species of vegetation and planting native species. State threatened wild senna (Senna hebecarpa) grows here -- its spectacular yellow flower spikes bloom in late August and September