Go for a trail walk on one of our properties.
| Do a one mile hike on the Leach Stanton parcel on North Street or maybe an easy 15-minute walk on the Kleindienst parcel on Armbruster Road.
|Plymouth Maple Festival
|Plymouth Green, 10 Park St., Plymouth
10am-1pm. Tree tapping starts at 10am. Watch sap boil on an outdoor fire, kids can tap trees and hang buckets, learn how to identify sugar maples, and how to make maple syrup. Maple baked ham and maple hot dogs for sale in the Congregational Church Fellowship Room. Live acoustic music. Kids activities, including historical scavenger hunt on the Green. Connecticut Grown maple candy and maple syrup available for sale.
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.
The Terryville Tree Tour is a self-guided walk to see the surprising variety of unique and unusually large trees found in downtown Terryville. Several specimens are listed as Notable Trees by the Connecticut Botanical Society. Have you ever seen a Kentucky coffeetree or a Cucumbertree magnolia? They're right here! Copies of the brochure are available at Back to Basics Garden Center (31 Main St., Terryville) as well as the Plymouth Town Hall (80 Main Street, Terryville). Call 860-921-6118 for more information.
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