To help preserve and pass on compelling stories, The Last Green Valley, Inc. (TLGV) will be organizing quarterly programs to share the many resources in the National Heritage Corridor’s 35 towns. Read more.
Find “Historical Happenings” – events offered by a variety of sources throughout The Last Green Valley’s 35 town National Heritage Corridor! Historical Happenings on Facebook and on our website Events Calendar.
- Invitation for August 2, 2017 Quarterly Historical Collaboration at Lebanon Historical Society Museum, Lebanon, CT!
- Notes from April 2017 Quarterly Historical Collaboration at Leffingwell House Museum, Norwich, CT!
- Notes from February 2017 Quarterly Historical Collaboration at Optical Heritage Museum in Southbridge, MA!
- Notes from December 2016 Quarterly Historical Collaboration at Ashbel Woodward Museum!
- Notes from August 2016 Quarterly Historical Collaboration at Huntington Homestead, Scotland, CT, topic Samuel’s story, W3R & more!
- Notes from May 2016 Quarterly Historical Collaboration, held in Thompson, CT, topic Lithic Sites/Cairns
- Notes from January 2016 Quarterly Historical Collaboration, held in Killingly, CT, topic Geneaology Library/Research
Route 169 National Scenic Byway – Management Plan Update
TLGV is pleased to announce awards for a small grant round for projects that preserve, interpret, promote, or market historical and cultural resources. TLGV encouraged projects that use digital technology, social media, or creative and innovative approaches to bring stories from The Last Green Valley to life. Click here to learn more about the latest grant recipients. Funds will be dispersed on a reimbursement basis and must be matched 1:1 by cash or in-kind contributions.
Municipal boards, commissions or committees, schools, and nonprofit 501(c) organizations were eligible to apply for projects located within, or that tell stories from, The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor.
Check back for 2017 grant information later in the year!
Learn all about our Notable and Notorious characters – historically interesting people from The Last Green Valley.
It’s a “common!” No, it’s a “green!” Find out why in For the Common Good – A Guide to the Historic and Scenic Town Commons & Greens of The Last Green Valley.