By Emily d'Aulaire, December 2015
This year the Town of Redding Annual Report is dedicated to the Redding Land Trust in celebration of its 50th anniversary. When the Land Trust began its work half a century ago its goal was a simple one: preserve the natural beauty of our town. That goal has not changed over the years and today the Redding Land Trust is the steward of more than 1700 acres of prime open space--woodlands and wetlands, splashing streams and quiet ponds, sweeping vistas across open meadows--all kept safe for generations to come. You can pick up a copy of the report, which will be available in mid-January, at Town Hall, the Mark Twain Library and at both Heritage Center and Park & Rec at the Community Center.