Naromi Land Trust
On June 30, 2020 Naromi Land Trust and Weantinoge Heritage Land Trust merged and Weantinoge changed its name to Northwest Connecticut Land Conservancy (NCLC). This exciting milestone came after years of close partnership.
The name may be new, but our work safeguarding natural lands, public recreation areas, and connecting people to nature has not changed. NCLC is Connecticut’s largest land trust, protecting over 12,500 acres in Litchfield and northern Fairfield Counties and offering 21 public preserves for walking, birding, and reflection.
We are grateful to the people of Sherman for begin champions of conservation. You have created a legacy of protected land that enriches the quality of life across the region.
We hope you enjoy your visit! Please contact us with questions, suggestions, or to report trail conditions.
NCLC conserves and protects the natural resources of Sherman, including wildlife habitats, water quality, agricultural lands and scenic vistas, for the benefit of, and use by, current and future generations.
- Protects land by ownership, management, and/or conservation easement in perpetuity.
- Seeks to protect open spaces, farmlands, ridges, and scenic vistas that define Sherman’s character.
- Establishes and maintains wildlife sanctuaries to protect plant and animal habitats.
- Helps people to understand the value of protecting land and gives them access to its preserves for activities in harmony with its conservation goals.
- Seeks to advise and work with Sherman’s other organizations, as well as its public agencies.
NCLC is a charity qualified under Section 501.c.3 of the Internal Revenue Code, making benefits available to anyone who contributes money, land, conservation easements, or other valuable easements.