The Greater Lovell Land Trust (GLLT) is a 501(c) (3) non-profit land conservation organization established in 1985 to: The mission of the Greater Lovell Land Trust is to protect the ecosystems of the Kezar Lake, Kezar River, and Cold River watersheds, in perpetuity, for the benefit of this region's natural and human communities.

Grand Opening Accessibility Trail, September 28, 2013

Homestead Trail

Special Feature for Entire Families  The Homestead Trail is a 0.7 mile trail that is constructed for ease of use by persons aided by adaptive equipment for entire families to enjoy in a pleasant natural setting.  It winds through a diverse forest terminating at a picnic table in a forested glade at the base of Amos Mountain.  The name, “Homestead Trail” was chosen to define the cultural features that can be viewed along the way, notably two stone foundations an a handsome stone wall, that once defined pastures.   The trail begins at the Gallie Trailhead at the Heald and Bradly Pond Reserve and can be identified in blue on the trail map at the following link.     HealdBradleyTrails2013


Celebration of People, Place & Nature  August 8th and 9th

Friday, August 8th–Annual Education Meeting with guest speaker, Jamie Williams, President of the Wilderness Society.  This event is from 7 p.m.-8 p.m at the Brick Church for the Performing Arts, followed by refreshments and a social at the Charlotte Hobbs Memorial Library. This program is free and open to the public.  Click the link to learn more about the event  Web link Annual Meeting of the Greater Lovell Land Trust

Jamie Williams (2)

Saturday, August 9th-Family Fun Day & BBQ  This event begins under the tent at the end of the Heald Pond Road with a BBQ and more with Jamie Williams from 11 a.m.-noon.  Family fun Day activities begin at noon.  Click the link to learn more about the activities from which you, your family and friends can choose from  Web link Family Fun Day

This program is free and open to the public.


2014 Spring Newsletter


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Membership and Annual Appeal Information

We welcome your interest in the GLLT. Annual Membership runs from May 1-April 30 of any given year.  Renewals are requested each May and members are offered the opportunity to contribute to our Annual Appeal in November for calendar year end giving.

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Trail Maps

Maps and Brochures can be found under “Properties” for downloading and printing (Note: Brochures are designed to best print on legal sized paper)

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