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.
Upcoming Event: Native Species Gardening – How to Save the Bees, Butterflies and Everything
Aug 18 at 6pm, City Park, 117 Park Ave., Meriden
Join us to see an example of a native plant garden established at City Park by Mary Jean Giannetti, MLT board member and local science teach. You’ll learn how something as simple as including a native plant for your own garden will support native pollinator populations. The event is free. We will have membership forms available if you would like to become a supporting member of the Meriden Land Trust: $25 for an individual, or $30 for a family.
2021 Meeting Schedule
The Meriden Land Trust meets the 4th Wednesday of each month. Due to the pandemic, most Meriden Land Trust meetings are taking place via Zoom at 7 p.m., unless otherwise noted. If you wish to attend a meeting, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for the monthly Zoom link.
2021 Meeting Dates
- May 26, 2021 at at 6 p.m. behind the Hubbard Park bandshell
- June 23, 2021
- September 22, 2021
- October 27, 2021
2020-2021 Officers and Board of Directors
President – Harmony Scaglione
Vice-President – Frank Perzanowski
Secretary – Maryellen Mordarski
Treasurer – Lisa Davis
Directors – Mary Jean Giannetti, Roger Kemp, Bill Revill, and Jennifer Sprague
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.