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December E-News

Winter is coming! See what we’re up to this season at Rockfall in our latest e-news.

November E-News

With grant applications due and our Awards & Grants Celebration, November is a busy month at Rockfall!

Off the Beaten Path: Banningwood Preserve

Looking for a great family hike? Just north of Hadlyme Four Corners is Banningwood Preserve, a 102-acre parcel of woodlands owned and maintained by the Lyme Land Trust.

October 2021 E-News

It finally feels like fall! See what’s happening at The Rockfall Foundation this month.

Announcing Our 2021 Environmental Champions

The Rockfall Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of our 2021 Environmental Champion Awards.

December E-News

Winter is coming! See what we’re up to this season at Rockfall in our latest e-news.

November E-News

With grant applications due and our Awards & Grants Celebration, November is a busy month at Rockfall!

October 2021 E-News

It finally feels like fall! See what’s happening at The Rockfall Foundation this month.

There are no upcoming events at this time.

Off the Beaten Path: Banningwood Preserve

Looking for a great family hike? Just north of Hadlyme Four Corners is Banningwood Preserve, a 102-acre parcel of woodlands owned and maintained by the Lyme Land Trust.

Geo SubSea Part 3: The Aunt Polly at Gillette Castle State Park

Take a trip to Gillette Castle State Park and see the remains of the Aunt Polly, a Connecticut archaeological preserve.

Off the Beaten Path: Nayantaquit Trail

Nestled in the Nehantic State Forest in Lyme, the Nayantaquit Trail meanders through a dense, hardwood forest and allows hikers to experience rocky ups and downs, thriving flora, and rock formations.

Nix Your Knotweed – Patience & Persistence Pay Off

Knotweed is the most talked-about invasive plant in Connecticut, growing on river banks, along roadsides, and in other disturbed soils. Join guest blogger Suzanne Thompson as she shares her journey with Nix The Knotweed and her quest to allow native plants to thrive.

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