Members explore Whortleberry Hollow (courtesy of Board Member Kathy Reardon) On a crystalline September Sunday, a group of HLCT supporters were treated to an exploration of Whortleberry Hollow, a 13 acre HLCT property donated by Suvia Whittemore in memory of her late husband Justice Arthur Whittemore. Lois Levine graciously allowed event access through her Gardner […]
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April 23, 10am tour of Lehner property will go on as scheduled. Be prepared for wet and mucky conditions. Join the HLCT for guided tours of the Lehner property on April 16 and April 23 At the April Town Meeting, Hingham will have the opportunity to preserve 50 acres of magnificent fields and […]
The HLCT Trustees unanimously support the Community Preservation Committee, the Board of Selectmen and the Advisory Committee in their recommendation to purchase the Lehner property off of South Pleasant Street.
Come join the HLCT for it’s 2016 Annual Meeting, Tuesday, April 5, 7pm at the Hingham Public Library. The theme of this year’s meeting is “Hingham Land Conservation: Then and Now”.
Saturday, October 10, 10:00 am. The Hingham Land Conservation Trust and the Cushing Pond Preservation Group invite you to explore the eastern shore of Cushing Pond in the Mildred Cushing Woods town conservation area on Saturday, October 10 at 10am. Our guide will be John Galluzzo, author of many books on history and nature and […]
Join the HLCT for its spring walk at Webb Memorial State Park, Saturday, May 9 at 1:00 pm. Webb State Memorial Park is a scenic peninsula in North Weymouth with expansive views of Boston Harbor and it’s islands. The walk is an easy 1 and 1/2 miles. Dress for possible cool, windy ocean conditions. Our guide, […]
Tuesday April 7th, 7-9pm, Hingham Town Hall. Join us for a community workshop on the future of Hingham’s trails.
Anyone interested in trail planning in Hingham can get involved by following the progress of the Comprehensive Trails Plan Committe. The project team is currently seeking input for proposed trails and trail improvement ideas in Hingham. Follow the link below for more information. All comments are welcome http://www.hingham-ma.gov/Committees/Trails/index.html
HLCT 2015 Annual Meeting: Too Many Deer in Town? Thursday, March 19 Hingham Public Library Please join us for a presentation on the local deer population delivered by David Stainbrook, the Deer and Moose Project Leader for the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife at the HLCT Annual Meeting. 2015 Annual Mtng Deer […]