Officially known as Joshua’s Tract Conservation and Historic Trust, our nonprofit and largely volunteer conservation organization protects more than 4,000 acres in Northeastern Connecticut. Some properties are owned by the Trust and others are protected by easements, but both methods assure that those lands will remain open space and protected from development forever.
The Joshua’s Trust service area extends throughout Windham and Tolland counties where, on many of our properties, we maintain walking trails open for the public to appreciate and enjoy.
In addition to land, we also maintain two sites of historic significance: the Gurleyville Grist Mill and the Atwood Farm, our headquarters, in Mansfield.
- A big boost for the Gurleyville Grist Mill stabilization project June 28, 2018
- Join us for Connecticut Open House Day June 4, 2018
- Come to the annual meeting and social hour April 21 April 9, 2018
- Meet this season’s crop of JT interns April 1, 2018