Join us for a brisk winter walk on Saturday, February 7th, at 10am. We will emphasize our plan to connect Stony Creek all the way to the Branford Center for safe, enjoyable off-road biking and walking, by starting our walk at the Stony Creek Trolley Trail to the new Tilcon SGT Trail section. We will take a detour along the Branford Trail through the Land Trust Vedder property if weather permits.
This time of year is beautiful with the muted colors of marsh grass, sea, and shore, most likely still seen through a cover of white snow! Stroller friendly if no snow on the trail. Leashed dogs welcome. Meet at West Point ball field, Stony Creek. Hike contact: Leo Cristofar, 203-214-5824.
January 3 at 10AM, enjoy the Salt Meadow Park Walk in Madison’s newest park on the banks of the Hammonasset River, a magnificent property with an important ecosystem, beautiful views, and great bird watching. The walk is easy with a few minor hills, less than 2 miles, one hour, longer if you linger. Directions: from I-95 exit 62,take Hammonasset connector south to Route One. Go left approximately .5 mile andwatch for signs for park on right. Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us on Saturday, August 2 at 10 am for a hike beginning at the Hearth at Gardenside in Branford. SGT team members will lead a hike through woods and alongside marshes that end in a small promontory with a beautiful view of the Farm River Estuary and the Shoreline Trolley museum trolley track. A relatively short one-hour hike over terrain not suitable for strollers. Meet and park along Katie Jo Lane opposite the entrance to the Hearth at Gardenside.
Directions: I 95 Exit 54 (Cedar Street), head toward Route 1; right at the light, continue past Branhaven Plaza on your left; Alps Road is your next left at the light. Hearth at Gardenside c. one mile on right.
Questions: Judy 203-589-8335.