The Farmington Land Trust’s mission is to protect open space in perpetuity through acquisition, stewardship, education and advocacy. As one of Connecticut's oldest land trusts, The Farmington Land Trust has pursued this goal since its founding in 1971.  Thanks to the generosity of its donors, the Land Trust now protects 300 acres of fields, forests, wetlands, scenic vistas, historic sites and wildlife habitat from development. The Land Trust is governed by a Board of Directors as a private, non-profit, tax-exempt organization supported by town residents dedicated to the preservation of open space.  It is run out of its office in Farmington Village with a part time Executive Director, an active Board of Directors, and a large group of enthusiastic volunteers. Su

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