Welcome to the Meriden Land Trust
Our mission statement:
The Meriden Land Trust is an all-volunteer non-profit team committed to the conservation of Meriden’s natural landscapes and green spaces, from woodlands to farmlands to trap rock ridges, including our trail system, for the protection of our wildlife, the preservation of our history, and the enjoyment of all citizens.
We invite you to attend our meetings and share your ideas.
2019-2020 Officers and Board of Directors
President – Harmony Scaglione
Vice-President – Frank Perzanowski
Secretary – Maryellen Mordarski
Treasurer – Lisa Davis
Directors – Roger Kemp, Bill Revill, Susan Weronik, and Jennifer Sprague
December 2019 meeting:
7 p.m., Mayor’s conference room, 2nd Floor of City Hall
September 2019 meeting:
7 p.m., City Hall, ground floor
April 2019 annual meeting:
Meriden Land Trust and Horizon Wings
Owls and Eagles and Hawks, OH MY!
When: Wednesday April 3, 2019
Reception 6:00 – 6:30 pm (light refreshments served)
MLT Meeting 6:30 – 6:45 (2019 – 2020 board members named)
Horizon Wings Raptor and Rehabilitation 6:45 – 7:45 (Presentation of live birds, including an eagle!)
Where: Griffin Room, Meriden Public Library
*The event is free to attend with an option to purchase raffle tickets ($1) and to join the Meriden Land Trust or to renew your membership ($20). Email email@example.com with any questions.
On a beautiful, sunny and clear blue day, family and friends gathered at the Hubbard Park Bandshell to celebrate the life of Dwight L. Needels by sharing heartfelt stories and cherished memories.