The Cheshire Land Trust Governing Board meets the third Thursday of each month at the Cheshire Chamber of Commerce office located at 195 S Main St. #2, Cheshire, CT 06410. If you would like to attend, contact us.

Cheshire Land Trust, P.O.Box 781, Cheshire, CT 06410

CLT is an all-volunteer, private 501(c) 3 non-profit organization committed to conservation. We are not affiliated with the town of Cheshire. We do not receive taxpayer monies. Our organization is wholly funded by our membership.

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Phone: 203-806-0258

CheshireLandTrust@gmail.com

The CLT Shop

Other ways to support the Cheshire Land Trust beyond your Membership to purchase these items!

Purchasing these products will support the mission of the Cheshire Land Trust and provide you with a tangible reminder of your support.

Glaciers to Greenhouses
Cheshire Then And Now

A new book by Cheshire Town Historian and former CLT President Jeanné R. Chesanow provides a detailed history of our town focusing on how nature and humans have changed the land’s use and appearance over the centuries from the last Ice Age to the present. With 260 pages and over 200 pictures and illustrations, some never before seen, Chesanow's book is a must-have for all Cheshire residents. 

Enjoy your own copy while supplies last. 

Just $25.00 delivered.

Pollinator Pathway Medallion Yard Signs

 

Cheshire Land Trust will break ground on its Pollinator Pathway garden on the Farmington Canal Heritage Trail in Spring 2020. learn more

 

Anyone can have a pollinator garden.  You can, too!

Whether it’s one native plant or a large garden of native plants, you can join the movement. It doesn’t matter if your property is not located near the greenway. You can do your part to save pollinators.

 

Pledge not to use pesticides and buy a Pollinator Pathway medallion sign to proudly show your support of pollinators to your neighbors and passersby. 

Pollinator Pathway round medallion signs measure 5 ½ inches. You can adhere the sign to a large rock in your garden or onto a flat (paint) stick and place prominently in your garden.

Just $15 Mailed to you

More products coming soon