Sherman Library hosting land conservation program

SHERMAN — Join the Sherman Library and the Northwest Connecticut Land Conservancy for “Saving Special Places: Land Conservation in Connecticut” presented by Paul Elconin and Amanda Branson of NCLC on Wednesday, May 19 at 7 p.m. via Zoom.

This program is free and is offered by the Sherman Library remotely through Zoom. For more information and to register, contact the library at SLprograms@biblio.org.

In 2020, Weantinoge Heritage Land Trust merged with Naromi Land Trust and simultaneously changed the name of the organization to Northwest Connecticut Land Conservancy (NCLC).

NCLC is Connecticut’s largest land trust, permanently protecting over 12,500 acres of land in Litchfield and Fairfield Counties. NCLC’s landholdings include 21 public preserves, an announcement said. In addition, NCLC protects 40 working farms, 3,000 acres of habitat for rare and endangered species, and 45 miles of rivers, lakes, and streams.

Paul Elconin, Director of Land Conservation and Amanda Branson, Director of Operations and Finance, will give a presentation on NCLC’s land conservation and partnership programs.

This program is for anyone who loves nature, is curious about new places to hike, or wants to learn more about land conservation.