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The Value of Forest Management Presentation 2/21

January 27, 2023

Join ECFLA and TLGV for an important, paneled conversation on woodlands conservation. Learning More About Your Woods: The Value of a Forest Management Plan 2/21/2023 @ 7:00 pm Virtual Registration required, email or call 860-774-3300. How Healthy are your woods? Can they bounce back…

Farm Energy Workshop 2/1

January 26, 2023

Join TLGV and a variety of partners to learn more about farm energy options. CT Farm Energy Workshop 2/1/2023 @ 3:30 pm 218 Day Rd., Pomfret Center, CT Register by visiting this link. Energy costs are rising! Farmers interested in learning more about what programs…


NEW DATE: 1/28 Acorn Adventure for Families moved to 1/29

January 26, 2023

Join us for a fun Eagle Month program! Acorn Adventure for Families: Eagle Eyes with Horizon Wings Norwich Harbor, Brown Park, Gazebo, 100 Chelsea Harbor Dr., Norwich, CT Sunday 1/29/23 at 10:00 am *note – new date, same time* Children and their families are invited…


Celebrate Eagle Month and Join Us for January 2023 Programs

January 26, 2023

Help us ring in the new year and join us for some fun Eagle Month programs! Soaring Over the Last Green Valley: A Walk to See Bald Eagles Quinebaug Valley State Trout Hatchery, Trout Hatchery Rd, Central Village, CT Saturday 1/14/23 at 10:00 am Repeats…

An Outdoor Adventure with Ranger Bill – Pixie Falls January 2023

January 5, 2023

If you’re looking for a nice winter hike to a unique location let me suggest the Blue-Blazed Nipmuck Trail in Ashford to Pixie Falls. The falls are created by Boston Hollow Road Brook as it drops about 40 feet in elevation, tumbling around rocks and…

Exploring January: Bald Eagle Month in The Last Green Valley

January 3, 2023

“The solstice past, the year tends toward Spring. But you would never know it. The old saying, ‘days lengthen, cold strengthens,’ is proved in January,” writes Hal Borland in “Beyond Your Doorstep: A Handbook to the Country.” Happy New Year The solstice Dec. 21 was…

Christmas Traditions in New England

December 25, 2022

“Most Americans observed Christmas – their modern descendants’ most lavish and commercialized holiday season – on a smaller scale, or not at all. Presbyterians, Baptists and Congregationalists, whose Calvinist heritage remained strong, traditionally ignored Christmas completely. It was a day when farmers slaughtered hogs and…

Snow Tracks and Woodsy Christmas Colors

December 20, 2022

“Darkness comes swiftly in the Long Night Moon of December. At the end of this twenty-first day of the month, this shortest day of the year, this time when, in other ages, men lit bonfires to strengthen the expiring sun, the Silver Strand faded rapidly…

Volunteers Needed for Mid-Winter Eagle Survey on Jan. 7

December 13, 2022

Every year Connecticut DEEP participates in the national Mid-Winter Eagle Survey. TLGV coordinates teams of volunteers throughout the Heritage Corridor to participate in this important citizen science event. If you would like to learn more or are interested call Chief Ranger Bill Reid at 860-774-3300…