The Winter Solstice Starry Sky – A Family-Friendly Program

Join The Last Green Valley on the Solstice as we welcome in the winter months with a celebration of our Starry Sky. Meet … [Read more...]

Our forests are a precious resource

The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor is made up of 77% forested land. Connecticut and Massachusetts are some … [Read more...]

Time to pay tribute to that ‘other bird’

Last week I reported on bald eagles returning to our region in ever increasing numbers. It got me thinking about that … [Read more...]

Taste autumn at local orchards

We’re lucky to live in New England where the seasons announce themselves in ways that tantalize all the senses and … [Read more...]

Join TLGV for a First-Ever Citizen’s Science Effort to Protect Starry Skies

The Last Green Valley, Inc. (TLGV) is launching a new citizen science effort to protect the starry skies of the National … [Read more...]

Acorn Adventure – Winter Wildlife Nov. 16!

Join The Last Green Valley and Goodwin Forest Naturalist Lena  10 a.m. Nov. 16 at Goodwin State Forest, 23 Potter Road, … [Read more...]

Daylight savings time is the true winter predictor

Did you remember to set your clocks back Saturday night for this morning and the end of 2019′s daylight savings time? I … [Read more...]

From Hunters to Blood, there’s nothing quite like a full moon

Did you see the full moon Oct. 13? The sky was clear, and the moon was not obscured behind clouds that evening. The … [Read more...]

5 years of adventures, visits and renewing childhood fascinations

It was five years ago this month, on Oct. 5, 2014 to be exact, that my weekly column first appeared in The Bulletin. My … [Read more...]

Enjoying a Walktober paddle on the beautiful Quinebaug River

Last Sunday, I led a Walktober paddle on the Quinebaug River National Recreation Water Trail with my colleague, Lois … [Read more...]