Protecting Open Space in
Central Connecticut since 1988
The all-volunteer 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.
Currently we are preserving over 418 acres in perpetuity within six (6) central Connecticut towns.
We appreciate your interest and support for preserving and protecting open space lands in Central Connecticut. We've developed this website to chronicle our work and share important information with you.
The Berlin Land Trust is a member and wholeheartedly supports these fine organizations:
- Connecticut Land Conservation Council
- Land Trust Alliance
- Connecticut Forest and Park Association
- Lower Connecticut River Land Trust
- Community Foundation of Greater New Britain
News & Announcements:
Check out our new "Everyday Steward" program. It may be just what you've been looking for.
You can now become a member of the Berlin Land Trust using an on-line process, or, if you prefer, you can mail your membership to us via the USPS . Please check out our membership page using the button below:
An important message from Dennis Kern, BLT President :
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: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!