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Acorn Adventure – Pixie Village Hike

Join Chief Ranger Bill Reid at 10 a.m., Aug. 25, Natchaug State Forest Parking Area on Iron Mine Lane, off Route 89 in … [Read more...]

Calling All Photographers! Show off Your Talent in TLGV’s 2019 Calendar

The Last Green Valley, Inc. (TLGV) is searching for 13 photos that capture the unique spirit of the National Heritage … [Read more...]

Tastes of The Valley Tickets Sold Out!

Thank you to everyone supporting this event! Tastes of the Valley is a unique dining experience only available once a … [Read more...]

The Last Green Valley Announces First Funding Phase of $12.2 Million Project to Protect the Southern New England Heritage Forest

The Last Green Valley, Inc. and its project partners have launched phase one of a $12.2 million program to help … [Read more...]

Funding for Cleanup Efforts Available from TLGV

TLGV is making funding available to nonprofits and municipalities and organizations that wish to organize a cleanup … [Read more...]

The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor Generates $303.3 Million Annually

The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor Generates $303.3 Million Annually As a unique region encompassing 35 … [Read more...]

Saving Money for Agricultural Businesses

Agricultural producers can save money while building healthy soils and improving water quality in our rivers and … [Read more...]

Green Darner Dragonfly an Amazing Acrobat

On a hot and humid July night, I stood gazing out over a friend’s three-acre horse pasture abutting the Natchaug River … [Read more...]

August Means Start of Agricultural Fair Season

“By August’s end the warblers are moving through here again, on their way south. But more quietly than they came north … [Read more...]

Brooklyn is a small town full of history and heroes

Brooklyn is one of my favorite towns in The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor. Located at the intersection of … [Read more...]

Buckthorn Can Overtake A Forest

Invasive plants are attempting to take over our forests and fields. From winged euonymus (burning bush) and Japanese … [Read more...]

For a Touch of Sweetness, Visit Your Local Beekeeper

“The only reason for making a buzzing-noise that I know of is because you’re a bee...The only reason for being a bee … [Read more...]

Meet the Oriole, Summer’s Songster

“To hear an oriole sing May be a common thing -- Or only a divine.” Emily Dickinson from “The Oriole’s … [Read more...]

Countless Activities in Region This Summer

Welcome to July. Summer might have officially started June 21, but for me this month is when the summer season finally … [Read more...]

Doctor From Region is Father of Anesthesia

On a picturesque country road in Charlton, Mass., stands a large, antique Georgian house. It is two stories, with … [Read more...]