Sixteen volunteers showed up on Saturday, April 10th, to help rebuild the bridge on the Robert Ross trail. All the materials had to be carried in, up rugged parts of the trail and the volunteers eagerly and quickly transported boards, planks and tools and began the construction. Just another wonderful effort by FALPS and its... Continue Reading →
Come join Erik and Helen Ann Landgraf and FALPS to look at and identify the many wildflowers on the Henry Buck Trail.
The weekend before St. Patrick's Day, 15 volunteers gathered in Matthies Grove to help battle invasive species. It is important work and we are thankful that so many folks showed up with loppers, handsaws and other tools in hand to help in this ongoing battle.
Seasonal workers sought for Peoples and American Legion State Forests.https://www.jobapscloud.com/CT/sup/bulpreview.asp...
PLEASE NOTE TIME CHANGE!! Time to get your yards ready for Spring! Join us and Peter Picone, a biologist with the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection for an interesting talk on native plants and wildlife, this Sunday, March 21st at 7 p.m. Here's the Zoom link. Here's the Zoom link. It won't be active... Continue Reading →