Lincoln, Massachusetts has a great deal of protected land.  Lincoln's open spaces -- woodlands, fields and water
-- are at the very heart of the community.  They provide uplifting vistas, contemplative moments, recreational
opportunities, natural habitats and an important reminder of our agricultural heritage.
L I N C O L N   L A N D  C O N S E R V A T I O N
A partnership of the Lincoln Land Conservation Trust (LLCT)
and the Rural Land Foundation of Lincoln (RLF) to
protect the rural character of Lincoln, Massachusetts through
land conservation, stewardship and education.
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Upcoming Events
Please join our e-mail list or check our Upcoming Events page for the full event
descriptions.


Thursday, September 18th         10:00 a.m.                             Fall Plant Walk
Location:  meet at Weston Road Riding Ring (near where Silver Hill Road and Weston Road meet)
Leader:  Ellen Meadors, Local Botany enthusiast

Saturday, October 4, 10a.m.- noon. Early Fall Foliage Ramble, Stonehedge Rd to Weston Town Forest
Location:  Meet near the mailbox of 49 Stonehedge Road, Lincoln
Leader: Michele Grzenda, Education Committee Volunteer and Weston’s Conservation Agent


Monday, Oct. 6,  7 p.m. Living with Black Bears
Presenter: Laura (Hajduk) Conlee, Furbearer and Black Bear Project Leader Massachusetts Division of
Fisheries and Wildlife
Location: Bemis Hall, Bedford Road

Sunday, Oct. 19, start time 9:30 a.m. Scarecrow Classic 5k Walk/Run to Support the Lincoln Land
Conservation Trust
Register now to run, walk or volunteer at www.scarecrowclassic5k.com or contact Geoff McGean at 781-259-
9251 for more information. Location: Mall at Lincoln Station, Lincoln, MA

Sunday, November 2 at 2:00 p.m.Naturally Curious—Wood Frog to Black Bear: exciting worlds of the
northeast
Location: Bemis Hall (15 Bedford Rd., Lincoln),
Presenter: Mary Holland, naturalist and author
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Lincoln Cultural Council, a local agency, which is
supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
 

2013 TRAIL MAPS
now available
In the LLCT-RLF offices
$10

Also available at these fine retail locations:
Conservation Department Offices (Town Hall)
• Old Town Hall Exchange
• Something Special
• Lincoln Public Library
• Drumlin Farm Mass Audubon Shop
• Shop at Walden Pond

Click here for PDF versions of our
2003 trail map
Where to find us:
Due to the closing of Town Hall for renovations, we've moved to Lincoln Station, above the Post Office. (145
Lincoln Rd, Suite 102A)  

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