Visiting Our Preserves
Every year, we offer a variety of experiences to visit Greenwich Land Trust preserves. Join us for our seasonal walks which may explore the exciting life in vernal pools, spring and summer wildflowers along streams and in meadows, and the incredible varieties of fungi popping out in the autumn woods. Kayak with us along the Greenwich coastline to explore islands and saltmarsh habitats. Spend an evening under the stars in one of our meadows as a guest astronomer describes the constellations. Bring the kids for apple picking at our orchard.
We are increasing the ways that we connect the community with the abundant natural resources and beauty of GLT land. Come enjoy our properties and learn from our conservation experts!
Examples of Annual Events:
- Mueller Preserve – Earth Day Beautification
- Fisher Field at Sabine Farm – Stargazing
- Westfall Preserve – Trails Day Walk
- Shell Island – Kayak Excursion
- White Birch Farm Conservation Easement – Go Wild!
- Duck Pond Hill Preserve -Winter Walk
Visit the 94-acre Treetops Preserve, located on the Greenwich/Stamford Border:
In addition to the events on our properties, you are always welcome to enjoy nature at the 94-acre Treetops preserve. Treetops is permanently protected through conservation easements held by the GLT and 3 partner groups. This property boasts a scenic trail system, beautiful rock outcrops, and second-growth forests. It can be enjoyed year- round. Access is either from Cognewaugh Road in Cos Cob or from Merribrook Lane in Stamford.
Learn more about volunteering as a member of our stewardship team to assist with regular property visits, inspections and work projects.