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The Seal of the Shelton Land Conservation Trust shows a landscape of
a typical rural New England scene...the hardy maple tree and the stately
spruce located on a natural site.
Our purpose is the preservation
and protection of natural resources in Shelton, Connecticut, and the acceptance
or purchase of land and its maintenance for the public benefit.
Wednesday June 10, 7 pm
at the Shelton Community Center
41 Church St.
Shelton, CT 06484
All general meetings will take place at the Shelton Community Center.
Check for location details on the bulletin board when arriving.
Call (203) 450-1371 for details not listed here.
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Organic Gardening with Guy - Sesson 2
Saturday May 30 - 10 am.
Where: Guy's Eco Garden
276 Leavenworth Road (RT 110), Shelton, CT
We will begin promptly at 10 am.
Please arrive 15 minutes early and park in the Cider Mill parking lot
since Guy's Eco Garden Farm Stand is now open.
Please RSVP to the email below.
Join Land Trust member and organic farmer Guy Beardsley to learn about growing vegetables organically. This is a 4 part program from seed to harvest. The program is designed for families with interest in planting a garden of their own at home. Families will learn about testing and amending soil, seed preparation, planting, bugs and diseases, care throughout the growing season, cultivation, and harvest. Future dates will be announced based on the growing season.
The Shelton Land Trust values the role of our local growers and the farmland they keep free from development. Space is limited so sign ups are first come first serve. The program is free, to sign up email firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday June 6 is National Trails Day
Find out about events in CT at Connecticut Forest and Parks.
Shelton Trails will also be hosting two local hikes.
Shelton Info Here - Scroll down.
More information about local hiking opportunities at the Shelton Trails website.
Photos from the first installment of "Organic Growing with Guy"
a join project of the SLCT and Guy's Organic Garden
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