Survey Proves Eagles Love The Last Green Valley

For the eighth year The Last Green Valley assisted the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection in … [Read more...]

Make a Resolution to Care For, Enjoy and Pass On The Last Green Valley

There may be only one resolution anyone needs to improve their mental and physical health: volunteering with The Last … [Read more...]

27th Annual Walktober Volunteers Boost the Entire Region

The Last Green Valley’s 27th Annual Walktober has come to a close and once again it’s many volunteers injected the … [Read more...]

Bobcats Alive and Well in The Last Green Valley

I saw a bobcat for the first time as a 10-year-old, visiting family friends in Sudbury, Mass. They had an old farm, and … [Read more...]

Veterans’ Life Stories Important to Remember

Saturday is Veterans Day, our national holiday to honor veterans of all wars. Originally called Armistice Day, the … [Read more...]

Exploring The Last Green Valley: Farms offer fun during Walktober

Some of the many family-fun activities during The Last Green Valley’s Walktober are the events, tours and walks … [Read more...]

Elmer Bitgood was the Paul Bunyan of Voluntown

One of the more enjoyable aspects of working for The Last Green Valley has been to discover the many interesting, … [Read more...]

‘Masked bandit’ is alive and well in The Last Green Valley

Summer vacation reading was a requirement growing up in my house. When I was about 9 or 10 years old, my mother gave me … [Read more...]

Exploring The Last Green Valley: Insect-sized pit of doom a little wonder of natural world

A couple of months ago as I was unlocking the door to my barn, I noticed a conical-shaped hole in the sandy soil next to … [Read more...]

If you look closely, you can see signs of approaching fall

The autumnal equinox is more than a month away, but already I know the signs of seasonal change. I see it all around me … [Read more...]