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...]

The Last Green Valley Hosts January Acorn Adventure

Children and their families are invited to join The Last Green Valley’s Chief Ranger Bill Reid and Ranger J.P. Babineau … [Read more...]

Stock Up on Seed To Help Birds Weather the Winter

My interest in wild birds was a gift from my parents. I grew up in a woodsy Boston suburb with lots of trees and … [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...]

Explore The Last Green Valley – Photo Contest Winners Announced

The Last Green Valley, Inc. (TLGV) announces the 13 winners of this year’s Calendar Photo Contest.  The winning images … [Read more...]

Exploring The Last Green Valley: Invaders in our Backyards and Woods

Over the past few years, I have used this column to highlight concerns with invasive plant species having a severe, … [Read more...]

Get Your Blood Pumping With Walktober, Oct. 20-23

Walktober has plenty of offerings for adventurers. Oct. 20-23 features several Walktober adventures meant to be more … [Read more...]

Walks Highlight Land Trust Gems

One of the reasons our national heritage corridor has an abundance of open and conserved land is due to the land trusts … [Read more...]

Blessing of the Animals

For many of us animals are not just pets, but are family and beloved companions. A Blessing of the Animals witnesses to … [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...]