Darien Land Trust

2019 Farm to Table Dinner

Our Mission

The Darien Land Trust permanently preserves and restores open space, providing the community with environmentally rich habitats, scenic vistas, opportunities for educational experiences and the quiet enjoyment of nature.

The Darien Land Trust now owns or has conservation easements over more than 200 acres in Darien. We have permanently protected diverse natural environments such as wetlands along the Five Mile River, tidal salt marshes at Holly Pond and Scott’s Cove, upland forests in Dunlap Woods,  and meadow habitat at Mather Meadows, Fox Run, and Brendans Meadow.

Darien Land Trust permanently preserves and restores open space.

Get Involved!

Volunteering

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Volunteers are vital to the success of the Darien Land Trust, from serving on our board of directors to land protection, habitat restoration, office support, and organization. Whatever your skill, knowledge, or interest, there's a place you can make a difference. Read More

Become a Member

Become a Member

Becoming a Land Trust member is simple. Members can contribute via check or by credit card.

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Darien Land Trust is a 501(c)3 organization — Gifts are tax deductible.

Latest News

Darien Land Trust’s 5th Annual Farm to Table Dinner

Darien Land Trust's 2019 Farm to Table Dinner

The Darien Land Trust invites you to the 5th Annual Farm to Table Dinner on Saturday, August 24th, at Waterbury Field. Cocktails will be served at 6:00 p.m. and the al fresco dinner begins at 7:00 p.m.

Tickets sell out fast, so secure your spot right away. CLICK HERE to order your tickets!

 

Trails Discovery Day 2019

A Free and Fun Family Event in the woods for all ages to reconnect with nature with activities. Sunday, May 19, 2019, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Selleck's and Dunlap Woods.

 

Panel Discussion: Sea Level Rise in LI Sound Communities

Join us for wine and a panel discussion on climate change and the ramifications of sea level rise, and answer your questions on coastal erosion,  property value decline, loss of coastal habitats, and potential loss of life due to flooding. Thursday, April 4, 6:30 p.m. at Darien Library.