The Plymouth Land Trust
We are celebrating our 50th anniversary with a guided walk of our Leach Stanton Preserve on Saturday, Oct. 14 at 10am. Meet at the Plymouth Green, corner of Main Street (Rt. 6) and North Street. The walk will be about one mile long and last roughly an hour. Come enjoy the beautiful fall foliage while learning to identify trees and seeing the historic foundations of the 1800s Shelton Tuttle carriage factory. The walk is free. Children welcome.
We Sell Firewood
Did you know we sell firewood from our land? We sell marked, standing trees for $35 per cord. This benefits the Land Trust by improving the quality of our woodlots while providing a renewable energy source to heat homes. Cordwood cutters must wear personal protective equipment (chaps, hard hat, eye and ear protection). Contact us for more information.
The Plymouth Land Trust, Inc. is a local, non-profit organization formed to permanently protect land in Plymouth, Connecticut for its natural, recreational, scientific, scenic, historical, or agricultural value. The Land Trust is not a town agency. It depends on volunteers who want to make a difference and care about conserving land for future generations.
The Plymouth Land Trust, Inc. is a 501 c (3) charitable organization under the Internal Revenue Service tax code.
The Land Trust originated in 1967 with the donation of 25 acres. We now have almost 125 acres, all through donations by individuals who wish to leave a legacy of permanently protected land.