Land Trust Logo Shelton
Land Conservation
Trust, Inc.

Shelton, Connecticut



About the Trust

Trust Properties

Properties Map


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Brochure (pdf)

Board Members 

Membership Application 

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Scout Info

Download the "Spruce"

Spruce Newsletter Spring 2016

Our Thanks for
Support from:

Newman's Own Foundation

Aquarion Corp.

W. E. Bassett Co.

Trout Unlimited

Iroquois Gas

The Seal of the Shelton Land Conservation Trust shows a landscape of a typical rural New England scene...the hardy maple tree and the stately spruce located on a natural site.

Our purpose is the preservation and protection of natural resources in Shelton, Connecticut, and the acceptance or purchase of land and its maintenance for the public benefit.

Meeting Schedule

Next Meeting

Wednesday January 11, 2017 - 7 pm

Shelton Community Center
41 Church St.
Shelton, CT 04484


All general meetings will take place at the Shelton Community Center.
Check for location details on the bulletin board when arriving.
Call (203) 450-1371 for details not listed here.

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Upcoming events:

Christmas Tree Trimming at Lane Street

Sunday December 4 at 1 pm

The Shelton Land Conservation Trust invites you to join us at our Lane Street parcel on Sunday December 4th at 1pm to welcome the Holiday Season by trimming the lovely Spruce tree that borders the Shelton Recreation Path with edible ornaments that are wildlife friendly.

Date: Sun. Dec. 4 At 1 pm (Bad weather date - Sunday December 11 at 1 pm)

Directions & parking: Lane St is near the intersection of Church St and Huntington St in Shelton - the Huntington Fire House is nearby. Map

Some decorations will be supplied by the Land Trust. We encourage you to bring your homemade or purchased decorations that are bird and small animal edible and eco-friendly. Appropriate suggestions include suet, pop corn balls, strung pop corn or cranberries, pine cones rolled in peanut butter and bird seed or anything you can come up with using dried fruit, seeds, nuts, berries, etc. Let's see how creative everyone can get! Our feathers and furry neighbors that are resident on the parcel will be most grateful. We hope you can join us on Dec. 4.


Enjoy a hike at our Nicholdale Farm property.
Google Map to/of Nicholdale Farm Parcel

More information about local hiking opportunities at the Shelton Trails website.


The Shelton Land Conservation Trust, Inc.
Announces a new land acquisition - June 2016
Read more HERE

The color of spring

Read "The Spruce" Newsletter

Download - Late Summer 2016 (pdf)

Spruce Newsletter Spring 2016

Index of past Newseletters

PO Box 2276 - Huntington Station
Shelton, CT 06484

Shelton Land Conservation Trust, Inc. 
site updated 11/28/2016