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We appreciate your interest in open space preservation in Berlin, Connecticut and surrounding towns. The Berlin Land Trust (BLT) was established in 1988 by a group of citizens concerned about the quickly disappearing open space fields, wetlands and woodlands in Berlin and surrounding towns.

An important message from BLT president, Dennis Kern 

We very much need new members and volunteer directors to help ensure that the Berlin Land Trust continues to meet its goals and objectives. Please join as a new member and let us know your volunteer interests! If you have any questions, our office phone is 860-828-4393 or email us at berlinlandtrustct@gmail.com. Thank you!

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Help the Berlin Land Trust when you purchase from Amazon!

Amazon.com will donate .5% of your eligible purchases to the Berlin Land Trust when you designate us as the charity you support at AmazonSmile.com.
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Donations to the Berlin Land Trust from AmazonSmile will be used to support the information programs we bring to the community as well as our work to preserve land and protect open space in Berlin and surrounding towns.  Click here to read details about this program (PDF handout).  
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To start shopping, go to smile.amazon.com


Coming up! Check our Calendar for details & directions (as they become available)
  • Saturday, March 17th - The 2018 Connecticut Land Conservation Council Conference at Wesleyan University, Middletown
  • Thursday, April 19 - Kensington Garden Club & Berlin Land Trust Community Program: Incorporating Edible Native Plants - Community Center Multi-Purpose Room Ground Floor
  • Wednesday, May 16 - Berlin Land Trust Community Program: Making Your Property Pollinator Friendly - Library Meeting Room (upstairs, main floor)
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 & read about other conservation efforts in CT on our Berlin Land Trust Facebook page.


Eastern Coyotes Jan. 11, 2018

BLT's 2018 Annual Meeting will be held Monday, June 4th at the Berlin-Peck Memorial Library.   

Earlier news: BLT News Archives