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Hingham Trails Plan

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

2015 Annual Meeting

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 […]

HLCT Spring Walk

Please Join the Hingham Land Conservation Trust for our Spring Walk on Sunday at 1:00 PM, May 18, 2014.  This large state park within Hingham’s midst contains 3,526 acres of fields, forests, meadows and ponds. On this walk we will explore some of the historic features of the park. The Indian chief Josiah Wompatuck deeded […]

Weir River Watershed Forum #4

Weir River Environmental Forum #4: The Future of Stormwater: Keeping Clean Water in Your Community Wednesday, April 23 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm, South Shore Country Club 274 South Street, Hingham Presentations at the forum will include: Solving the Stormwater Management Puzzle Protecting Water Resources Clean Water Landscaping Thinking About Clean Water and Development Cities such […]

HLCT Annual Meeting

Hingham’s Foundry Pond Dam: Remove or Repair? Wednesday, April 9 at 7 PM Hingham Public Library   The Hingham Land Conservation Trust presents the case for restoring the Weir River inter-tidal area by removing the dam at Foundry Pond. This project would improve water quality and increase spawning areas for Rainbow Smelt, River Herring, and […]

HLCT Annual Meeting

  The Hingham Land Conservation Trust 2013 Annual Meeting will be held Thursday, June 13, at 6:30 pm in the Niles Courtyard at the Hingham Public Library. The Niles Courtyard was named for Mary Niles, a generous benefactor of the HLCT and many other cultural organizations in Hingham. Marc Mazzarelli, the project’s Landscape Architect, will […]