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.
News Feed
Upcoming Events
Please join our e-mail list or check our Upcoming Events page for
the full event descriptions.

Sunday, April 26th 1 p.m.     Vernal Pool Walk with Matt Burne meet at the Donelan's
Parking Lot

Wednesday, May 6 and 13th  1 p.m.   FOR KIDS!  
Digital Naturalist! (with Mass
Audubon) Meet at the LLCT offices.
Sign-up quickly! Space is limited.


Spring Birding Series!  
Sun. April 26    7:30-9:00 AM, Lindentree Farm and fields behind St. Anne's Church. Park
on Old Concord Road.
Sun. May 3     7:30-9:00 AM, Baker Bridge Fields.  Park at the Food Project on Rte. 126.
Sun. May 10   7:30-9:00 AM, Harrington and  Twin Pond trails. Park in the turnout on Rt.
117 on the Weston town line.
Sun. May 17   7:30-9:00 AM, Browning Fields and Pigeon Hill. Browning Fields and Pigeon
Hill. Park by the riding ring in Browning Field on Weston Rd.

now available
In the LLCT-RLF offices

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
2013 trail map
Where to find us:
Lincoln Station, above the Post Office. (145 Lincoln Rd, Suite 102A)  

RENEW Your Membership ONLINE!!!

Lincoln Ridge Conservation Trust
Monarch and Milkweed
Info Sheet
Let's Go For A Walk!
Lincoln's Wildlife

LLCT members and friends share
their amazing photos and videos
of wildlife in Lincoln.  Take a look!
This Blog features beautiful photos
and natural history notes about the
happenings (natural and other)
happening on Farrar Pond.
Lincoln Land Conservation Trust
LLCT Annual Meeting

May 26th,  7:30 PM

Bemis Hall

"Our Sense of Place"

Speaker: Cherrie Corey
Naturalist and Photographer