A little spring cleaning last Saturday on Pomeroy Avenue!
Below: Frank’s truck, (mostly) before and after
Some strange stuff found in the forest…
This #trashtag is brought to you by your MLT Board of Directors.
The Meriden Land Trust is an all-volunteer non-profit team committed to the conservation of natural landscapes and green spaces of Meriden, 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
Please Join Us!
The Meriden Land Trust and Horizon Wings
When: Wednesday April 3, 2019
Reception 6-6:30pm light refreshments served
MLT Meeting 6:30-6:45 2019-20 Board members named
Horizon Wings Raptor and Rehabilitation 6:45-7:45 Live bird show, 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).
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Photo courtesy of Horizon Wings Raptor Rehabilitation and Education
On Monday, April 30 the Meriden Land Trust held its annual meeting. In addition to electing directors and officers for the upcoming year, Peter Picone discussed how to enhance the wildlife habitat that surrounds us. Mr. Picone is a Wildlife Biologist who works to preserve and protect the natural beauty that Connecticut provides. We would like to thank Peter very much for providing a wealth of knowledge to those in attendance. Learning about and understanding the environmental impact different plants provide to living creatures beyond ourselves was very enlightening. We hope everyone enjoyed the presentation and look forward to seeing you at the next meeting – Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. in Room 28 at Meriden City Hall.