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Beyond the Barways

Trending Outside

The trend is real. More and more hikers, fishermen, photographers and friends join us in exploring the outdoors each year. Here’s a look back at a years worth of outdoor adventures and a sneak peak of what’s in store...

Week of Thanks: the Bryan & Jansen Families

What motivated you to work with WLCT to protect your families land? The two parcels that we recently protected by CR (conservation restriction) were originally part of a 100-acre property that extended from Old Harbor to River Road. The...

Week of Thanks: Greg Stone

Why did you get involved with WLCT? “I have traveled a great deal in Concord,” said Henry Thoreau. I want to travel a great deal in Westport and the WLCT makes that possible. What’s more, I want to do...

Week of Thanks: David LaLima

Why do you volunteer with WLCT? I volunteer with WLCT because it provides an opportunity to connect with like-minded people engaged in physically and mentally challenging projects benefiting the local and greater community. In an increasingly commercial world, the...

Week of Thanks: Charlene Wood

How did you become involved with WLCT? I was appointed to the WLCT Board of Directors after my retirement from the Town of Westport for 47 years, 27 of them as the Selectmen’s secretary and ultimately Town Administrator. During...

Save This Land: A Public Walk of the St. Vincent de Paul Camp

October 5th, 2017 5:00pm
When: October 5th, 2017 5:00pm
Where: 573 Adamsville Road, Westport MA 02790

  The iconic 82-acre former St. Vincent de Paul Camp on Adamsville Road presents a rare land protection opportunity for the community of Westport. Planning for the future of this community space is well underway, but we need your...

Evening Owl Prowl with the Paskamansett Bird Club

November 7th, 2017 6:00pm
Buy Tickets When: November 7th, 2017 6:00pm
Where: Herb Hadfield Conservation Area, 255 Cornell Road

Join WLCT and Paskamansett Bird Club President, Lauren Miller-Donnelly, for an evening owl prowl through the woods and wetlands of the Herb Hadfield Conservation Area. Meet at the parking lot at 255 Cornell Road.