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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...]

Acorn Adventure: Bobcat Tracks and More with Wyndham Land Trust!

The Last Green Valley’s Acorn Adventure: Bobcat Tracks and More with Wyndham Land Trust Children and their families … [Read more...]

Winter Hike/Snowshoe with Chief Ranger Bill Reid

The Last Green Valley is hosting a winter hike, 10 a.m. to noon Feb. 10 at , Mansfield Hollow State Park, 151 Bassetts … [Read more...]

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 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...]

NEWS FLASH – TLGV and Partners Bring $6.1 Million to the Region for Forest Conservation!

TLGV is proud to announce that it has successfully partnered with 19 organizations to bring $6.1 million in new federal … [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...]

We Can All Work Together to Protect Bird Populations

Why do birds matter? As author Jonathan Franzen wrote in the January edition of National Geographic, “they are our last, … [Read more...]

Famous rodent neither chucker of wood nor meteorologist

“How much wood could a woodchuck chuck If a woodchuck could chuck wood? As much wood as a woodchuck could chuck, If a … [Read more...]

White Birches Offer Many Uses

″...I’d like to go by climbing a birch tree, And climb black branches up a snow-white trunk Toward heaven, till the … [Read more...]

Christmas Bird Count an Educational Experience

What do 1,185 birds of 43 different species all have in common? They were all counted in one small slice of The Last … [Read more...]

Difficult to Catch a Glimpse of the Shy River Otter

It was a freezing cold January morning in 1979. My job at Old Sturbridge Village that morning involved feeding and … [Read more...]

It Was 300 Years Ago When a State Hero Was Born

“Passenger, if thou art a soldier, drop a tear over the dust of a Hero, who ever attentive to the lives and happiness of … [Read more...]