The Land Trust of Danbury is a private, nonprofit corporation formed for the sole purpose of protecting open space – woodlands, fields, ponds, vernal pools and other wetlands – for:

  • Scenic views
  • Beautiful places for walking or running, nature education and inspiration
  • Habitats on which wildlife depend

The land trust advises individuals, families and business landowners of alternative land preservation methods, including possible tax benefits. Carve our time for spending on nature and buy case study or any other types of papers not to miss your deadlines at college.

If you would like a copy of our 990, conflict of interest policy or record retention policy please contact us and one will be forwarded to you.

September 13, 2014 – Dance in the Meadow

A fund-raising experience to benefit us all: protecting, preserving, and sharing the open spaces that ensure our quality of life.

News & Upcoming Events

  • Area Coalition of Land Trusts Working Together

    Connecticut has one of the highest concentration of land trusts in the United States.  It is a dual-edged distinction.  This high concentration is a testament to the dedication of many men and woman who helped found the land trust movement and dedicated considerable time to protecting our vital resources.  This commitment is as strong as [...]

  • Clean-Up Day on Long Ridge Road

    The Land Trust of Danbury is seeking volunteers for the annual cleanup of Long Ridge Road and the trails around Mountain Pond Reservoir. The Land Trust of Danbury has “adopted” Long Ridge Road as part of Clean City Danbury Day. The cleanup will take place Saturday, April 20, 2013, and volunteers are asked to meet [...]

  • Land Trust of Danbury Annual Meeting

    The Annual Meeting will be held Sunday, April 21st, 2013 at 3:00 pm in the Science Building on the Midtown Danbury campus of WESTCONN.  Members will have an opportunity to hear from area conservation experts on the opportunities and challenges facing land trusts, including Amy Blaymore Paterson, Executive Director of The Connecticut Land Conservation Council [...]