Hawk Hill Farm, in addition to offering this beautiful Autumn vista, is representative of what your many land trust properties contribute to the region: local farms, educational workshops, hiking trails, notable trees, protected waterways, wildlife habitats, and more.
Spring is the perfect opportunity to renew our pledge to sustain these local and regional efforts. Your annual January-December membership and/or donation to a specific project is important and appreciated.
Traditionally we ask you to contribute at the start of the year, but we were studying and planning the proposed merger. If approved by members, your membership or targeted donation will carry forward into our new regional land trust.
We are so grateful for your membership, donations, and volunteer time. You enable this Land Trust to conserve and protect the open spaces and farms so cherished by our communities.
Thank you for your support,
Vic Herson on behalf of your Board of Directors
Fall foliage beckons at Hawk Hill Farm, photo by Vic Herson
Memberships support insurance, educational programs, hiking trail signs, maintaining meadow habitats, restoring historic barns, and more, as well as receive voting privileges on important matters. Donations to one of the dedicated funds may support your favorite project. If members approve the proposed merger, your membership or donation will carry forward into our new regional land trust.
Step 1: Please calculate your total contribution:
Step 2: Click the Online Contribution button to open a new window with the secure credit card form.
Step 3: You will receive an automated email confirmation promptly and a formal email receipt from our volunteers in the following weeks. Questions? Contact us. The Wintonbury Land Trust is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501 (c) 3 corporation, and all gifts made to the Trust are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Contribute by Check: Download and print a form (PDF) to mail a check to Wintonbury Land Trust, P.O. Box 734, Bloomfield, CT 06002.
Honorary or Memorial Contributions: Visit the donations webpage for details.
Other Types of Donations: We also accept gifts of stock, matching gifts, gifts of land, and planned giving. Contact us to discuss.
Volunteer Opportunities: Volunteers handle nearly every aspect of the Land Trust’s work, and there is much to do! Visit the volunteer webpage for current needs.
It is great to be around people who love the outdoors, and I have made lifelong friends through the Land Trust ... If you are looking for others with whom to enjoy nature, support the Wintonbury Land Trust community by becoming a member! - Brenda Watson
When I first visited Bloomfield, before moving here, I was amazed by all the openness ... I'm so impressed with all the work the Land Trust does that I'm happy to support them in the way that I can. - Cheryl Fox
My mother wanted her land to remain as it was. Every day in all seasons, 20 or more people walk the path through the fields to reach Penwood Park. It’s a very special place in our community. - John Stout
Volunteering for the Wintonbury Land Trust, I feel part of a legacy that will affect future generations through the preservation of precious open space. - Ron Pitz
I love the sense of community with the Land Trust. Farming is a hard business, and the Land Trust was amazing with their follow through. They have a level of commitment that I think is very special. - Kelly Baker
I got involved because I wanted to give back to my community. My children grew up here and now my grandchildren. I want them to enjoy the land that I love and the diversity. I like meeting new people and the social interaction that the Land Trust offers. - Gwen Findlay