Redding Land Trust Properties
poverty hollow pair
13.75 acres acquired in 1990 by Redding Land Trust, located on Poverty Hollow Road. Generously donated by the Jones Family.
RACCOON LANE PROJECT
105.46 total acres with several trail options, found under Peter and Nell Fitzpatrick Preserve and Jean’s Trail in the Book of Trails. Generously donated by the Deming Family, Joan Ensor, the Hermes Family, Donald Stroetzel, Francoise Clarens, Marian Chase, Mahro Co., and the Mikkelson Family.
103.94 acres generously donated by the Brinckerhoff Family, Baekeland, Roselyn Craig, Hjalmer Anderson, Baekeland-Wyman and Basil Keiser. For trail information look under Arthur F. Brinckerhoff Nature Preserve in the Book of Trails.
32.57 acres across Dayton Road and Orchard Drive. One of the first properties acquired by Redding Land Trust. Generously donated by Alvin Ruml and Richard Storm.
Great Ledge Project
21.24 acres along Dayton Road that include the Great Ledge Hike for dramatic views of Redding scenery. Generously donated by Louise Crane, the Segerson Family, Constance Pharr, Deborah Scoblick, and the Town of Redding.
Meeker Hill Corridor
16.19 acres across Foundry Road, Goodridge Road, Meeker Hill Road, and Turney Road. Generously donated by the Davidson Family, Sue Bienen, the Eden Corp., and Henry Sanford.
Karraker Field Project
9.62 acres across Church Hill Road, Black Rock Turnpike, and Cross Highway. Donated generously by the Karraker Family and Watt Family.
CROSS HIGHWAY-NEWTOWN TURNPIKE PROJECT
69.25 acres across Newtown Turnpike and Cross Highway. Hikes on this property are listed under Little River North Trail in the Book of Trails. Generously donated by the Cram Family and Tuure Raatikainen.
116.30 acres on Peaceable Street generously donated by Rose Natale, Cornelia Hochstrasser, and the Dyer Family. Trails on this preserve are located under Rock Lot and Mary Scott Evelyn Preserve section of the Book of Trails.
105.55 acres across John Todd Way, Limekiln Road, Lonetown Road, Bartram Drive, and Dittmar Road. Generously donated by York Estates Inc., Hjalmer Anderson, Judith Atwood, Paul Plishner, and the Dimon Family. Available trails in the Book of Trails are Joan Plishner Preserve, Marcus Gift, Anderson Gift, and Todd’s Wood.
GALLOWS HILL PROJECT
49.68 acres located on Gallows Hill Road, Kimberly Drive, and Whortleberry Road. Generously donated by Lauren McCready, the Pare Family, Joan Arnold, and Ralph Raaberg.
JOHN REED PROJECT
18.28 acres generously donated by Sharon Dietzel, Elisbeth Dudley, Robert Kozma, Richard Storm, and the Stergue Family.
128.04 acres with several hiking trails located in Bethel, Connecticut. Generously donated by the Stephenson Family. Hikes will soon be found under Stephenson in the Book of Trails.
16.78 acres on Sanfordtown Road, generously donated by Wurstle Construction.
Middle Brook Pond Project
25 acres across Middle Brook Pond Road and Packer Brook Road. Generously donated by the Cromwell Family and Country Club Homes.
LONG MEADOW PROJECT
8.41 acres generously donated by the Kukulka Family. One of the first properties obtained by Redding Land Trust.
61.66 acres generously donated by the Boughton Family, the Sanford Family, the Estate of Saul Poliak, Ralph Meguire, Lottie Fields, and the Estate of Jean Alder.
Picketts West project
28.70 acres generously donated by the Estate of Vera Jones, DiNapoli Development, Ellis Hoyt, and Adams & Gregory.
LITTLE RIVER north project
18.74 acres that include the Little River North Hiking Trail. Donated generously by Stanley Kutpiewski, Richard Storm, Fyber Properties Broadriver, and Dalessio Construction.
Black Rock Project
3.12 acres generously donated by Joyce Clark and the Peck Family.