We are Local. We are your neighbors. We are your Land Trust.
The National Audubon Society’s first environmental education center in the United States, with 12 sanctuaries totaling 686 acres and over 20 miles of hiking trails.
We preserve natural habitats in southeastern Connecticut.
Preserving Avon Open Space
Preserving open space in Connecticut since 1988.
Preserving Bethany's open space for the future.
Devoted to preserving open space and the natural resources of Bethel.
Dedicated to the conservation of open space, agricultural land, water resources, native plant and animal life, all helping to maintain the rural character of Bethlehem.
Helps balance growth with preservation by offering landowners creative, cooperative, market-based solutions which honor the personal, family and financial goals of donors and sellers.
Protect. Learn. Explore.
Promoting the preservation of our natural resources and unique scenic and natural sites.
Serving the Communities of Danbury and New Fairfield.
Preserving the natural resources of the Town of Canton.
Conserving and preserving our town's fragile and unique environment.
Protecting your natural resources.
Protecting the beauty and natural diversity of our area.
Preserving Colebrook's Natural Beauty since 1986.
Conserving Connecticut’s environment through science-based education and advocacy focused on the state’s bird populations and their habitats.
Devoted exclusively to butterflies and moths.
Connecting people to the land.
Dedicated to protecting Connecticut's environment by making it a priority for our elected leaders.
Clean water. Healthy habitat. Thriving communities.
Preserving and protecting open space in Darien.
Conserving the natural resources and unique features of East Granby.
Holds almost 230 acres of land on its preserves.
Dedicated to the conservation and protection of natural areas in East Haven.
Offering a diversity of hands-on experiential programs using a variety of resources and facilities.
Preserving and enhancing our community’s open space and natural resources for the benefit of future generations.
Dedicated to preserving, protecting, and restoring the Farmington River and its watershed - for you, for all, forever.
Learn. Discover. Explore.
Keeping Goshen Green.
Preserving Granby's Natural Heritage.
Protecting and preserving the Great Meadows.
Your land, your water, your future... our mission.
Acquires and conserves natural places for future generations.
Preserving the natural resources of the Town of Haddam.
Protecting and preserving open space in Hamden.
Acquiring and preserving important parcels of natural open space for the benefit of Harwinton and its residents.
Protecting your Backyard
The largest land trust, by acres preserved, in northeast Connecticut.
Keep Kent Rural... Forever.
Conserving open space land, scenic, natural and historic sites in Glastonbury, Connecticut and nearby towns.
Preserving Ridgefield’s open space.
A local Connecticut chapter of the National Audubon Society
Dedicated to helping preserve the New England character, scenic vistas, and natural resources of Litchfield.
Conserving Lyme's land and water resources.
Conserve the natural resources of the Town of Madison.
Dedicated to fostering the acquisition, preservation, and maintenance of open space lands and water resources throughout Manchester and the surrounding towns.
Committed to environmental leadership and education for the benefit of the community and the earth's biodiversity.
Serving the towns of Madison, Guilford, Branford, East Haven, New Haven, and West Haven, Connecticut.
Committed to the conservation of natural landscapes and green spaces of Meriden.
Dedicated to preserving, protecting and promoting appreciation of the natural heritage of the Mianus River Gorge and the quality of its watershed.
Protecting our natural heritage in Middlebury.
Conservation in the heart of Connecticut
Protecting what you love about Connecticut.
One of the oldest birding groups in the US.
Preserving Open Space
Protecting Newtown's Resources Since 1924.
Preserving the natural resources of the northern Connecticut region.
Protecting Land and Water for People, for Wildlife, Forever
Working for the Preservation and Protection of Norwalk's Vital Open Space
Dedicated to conserving Old Lyme’s natural, scenic and historic land and water resources.
Preserving and protecting.
Dedicated to the preservation of the Quinnipiac River and its watershed.
1,600 acres of meadows and woodlands, saved forever from the bulldozer.
Connecticut's United Voice for River Conservation
Preserving the community's rural character for generations to come.
Dedicated to conserving the natural resources of the Salem area for future generations.
Preserving and protecting natural resources in Shelton, Connecticut.
Explore, Enjoy, and Protect Our State.
Preserving Simsbury Open Space Since 1976.
Preserving natural places for people and wildlife.
Preserving Southington's Natural Heritage
Saving land as open space in perpetuity.
One of the oldest land trusts in the state of Connecticut.
Preservation for Generations
Dedicated to the preservation of the rural character of Warren.
Striving to preserve the natural charm of the undeveloped lands and irreplaceable resources of Waterford and Montville.
Preserving open space in Watertown.
Preserving Westchester's Land and Communities
Founded in 1989 to care for injured and orphaned wildlife.
Saving the open spaces: the meadows, woodlands, swamps, and waterways that make Wilton a special place.
Promoting, for the benefit of the general public, the preservation of open space and natural resources, principally in, but not limited to, the Town of Winchester.
Helping to preserve the parcels of land in Windsor, Connecticut that have environmental, archeological, aesthetic,or biological significance.
Promotes the preservation, improvement, protection, and conservation of natural resources for the benefit of the community.
Conserving and preserving the natural resources of the Town of Woodbridge
A source of environmental and nature education since 1972.
Working hard to protect land in the Quiet Corner of Northeast Connecticut.