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The Winter Newsletter is Here!

We are mailing out the BLCT Winter 2020 newsletter this week, and if you want to see it (it's fabulous!), click here to see this newsletter and all the previous newletters. While you're there, sign up to receive our newsletters when they get published, either by email or US mail. The winter newsletter is chock-full [...]

By |2020-02-23T11:58:53-05:00February 23rd, 2020|What's new|Comments Off on The Winter Newsletter is Here!

Lenny Rumpler Exhibit at the Library

On Monday January 5th, the Barrington Public Library opened the Lenny Rumpler photography exhibit at the library. Mr. Rumpler's works can be viewed on the first floor just past the Reference Desk, and in the Jennifer English Gallery on the second floor. This exhibit represents a collaboration between photographer Lenny Rumpler and the Barrington Land [...]

By |2020-01-14T12:56:47-05:00January 11th, 2020|What's new|Comments Off on Lenny Rumpler Exhibit at the Library

Pictures from the 2019 Black Friday Walk

The Barrington Land Conservation Trust partnered with the Barrington Public Library to host the annual Black Friday guided tour through Johannis Farm Wildlife Preserve. This is a special property, and normally closed to the public, so it was a great opportunity to see the farm, learn about the history and wildlife, and hike off some [...]

By |2019-12-29T09:47:22-05:00December 29th, 2019|What's new|Comments Off on Pictures from the 2019 Black Friday Walk

Check Out The Fall Newsletter!

We mailed the BLCT Fall Newsletter a couple of weeks ago, you can check it out by clicking here. If you're on our mailing list, you received it in the mail, and if you're not, please click here to enter your address info. We're trying to shift to an email newsletter, so if you would [...]

By |2019-12-23T16:26:03-05:00December 23rd, 2019|What's new|Comments Off on Check Out The Fall Newsletter!

Remembering the ’38 Hurricane: Are We Prepared for Another Storm

Join the Barrington Land Conservation Trust and Barrington Public Library for a documentary viewing and lecture on the '38 hurricane and future hurricane preparedness. On September 21, 1938 one of the most destructive and powerful hurricanes in recorded history struck Rhode Island. Local filmmaker, Carla Ricci will show her Emmy nominated short documentary, "One Day...A [...]

By |2019-10-02T16:55:26-05:00October 2nd, 2019|What's new|Comments Off on Remembering the ’38 Hurricane: Are We Prepared for Another Storm

Support BLCT by Buying Wine!

Update: Join us on Thursday, September 26 from 5-7 for a tasting of this great wine! Hope to see you there. Grapes & Grains, located at 24 Bosworth Street (next to Shaw's), has chosen the Barrington Land Conservation Trust as its September “giveback" partner. During the month of September, Grapes and Grains will donate to [...]

By |2019-09-24T06:51:22-05:00September 23rd, 2019|What's new|Comments Off on Support BLCT by Buying Wine!

Purple Martin Demonstration

During the demonstration nesting units will be lowered for participants to see nests with eggs and tiny chicks. Pic-Wil is located on Washington Rd. between Mosher Dr. and Spinnaker Dr. Please park on side streets and meet at the gate on Washington Rd.

By |2019-06-30T14:23:22-05:00June 30th, 2019|What's new|Comments Off on Purple Martin Demonstration

Lot 3a is Now Protected!

Barrington voters at the Financial Town Meeting showed their support for conservation with an almost unanimous vote in favor of the Town’s acquisition of Lot 3A. BLCT appreciates this affirmation by the taxpayers, the efforts of the Town Council and Town Manager to get this deal done, and the support of all of those who [...]

By |2019-05-24T13:46:35-05:00May 24th, 2019|What's new|Comments Off on Lot 3a is Now Protected!

Spring in Nockum Hill

Please join the BLCT in out efforts to keep Lot 3a as an open space. Come out on May 22nd at 7 pm to the financial town meeting at the Barrington High School and vote to preserve and extend this landscape. Don’t leave it to others to participate. As the Harvard Biologist, E.O. Wilson said, [...]

By |2019-05-18T19:01:41-05:00May 18th, 2019|What's new|Comments Off on Spring in Nockum Hill