Westford Conservation Trust

Westford Conservation Trust


Come to Our Annual MeetingNew
Dr. French Please join us for our Annual Meeting on Thursday November 6, 2014, 7:00pm at the Westford Museum. A short business meeting will proceed our guest speaker, Dr. French, Assistant Director of Mass Wildlife's Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program. He will talk about the History of Wildlife Conservation & Recovery in Massachusetts, which includes historical and current land use and how this affects wildlife. He will discuss the many challenges and concerns to the return of animals such as black bear, moose and small mammals to our region. Refreshments will also be served.

Celebrate Our 30th Anniversary with Us!
Happy 30th

The Westford Conservation Trust was incorporated 30 years ago, on March 11, 1984. The Board of Directors wishes to acknowledge our founders, donors, members, and volunteers - past and present - for all you've done to preserve and protect open space, natural resources, and wildlife in Westford over the past 30 years - thank you!

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More Trail Maps
The latest topographic trail maps to be added to the Westford Conservation Trust Trail Guide are: Trails near Griffin Hill, trails from Blake's Hill, and a new trail area in the Martina Gage Town Forest. To see how these areas fit into Westford's trail system, see our Trail Guide More

Walks in Westford
Walks If you enjoy the natural world, want to learn about Westford trails, wildlife, and history, could use some company, or just need to get out and stretch your legs, consider joining a guided trail walk sponsored by the Trust. Usually held on the first Saturday of the month from 9:00 - 10:30 a.m., these walks are open to all, free of charge, and fun! Walks take place rain or shine and no sign-up or pre-registration necessary. Calendar and detailsMore

Tuesday Trompers
Tuseday Trompers

This was the Tuesday Trail Maintenance Crew at the Stepinski Land, overlooking Stony Brook, with East Boston Camps on the other side. This woodland is entirely separate from EBC. We are getting familiar with this large woodland, planning some nice trails for the future.

If you're interested in participating with the Tuesday trail maintenance crew, contact Bill Harman at 692-3907 or by email.


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Get the Westford Trails Booklet for $5 at Roudenbush Community Center or Town Clerk's office.


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Updated 16 Oct 2014

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