We welcome and encourage you to become a part of our work in whatever way fits your needs. Here are some suggestions:
Become a member of Hilltown Land Trust! Members receive our newsletter and can opt-in for special email updates of our work. Members are eligible for reduced-price or free admission to our events and will be invited to our annual celebrations.
Come to an event! We have a number of exciting events going on throughout the year, including hikes at our properties, educational opportunities, and annual celebrations.
Visit our trails! We invite you to walk, run, ski, or snowshoe our trails year-round. Dogs are allowed on our hiking trails, but must be kept on-leash. Please exercise caution when hiking and stay within your comfort zone.
Volunteer! As a small organization, our volunteer are a big part of this work. We always need volunteers to help with property monitoring, trail maintenance, leading events, and more!
Follow us on social media and help spread the word! We frequently post about our work, upcoming events, and more. Please like and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and share our posts with your networks.
Consider protecting your land! Do you own a beautiful and unique piece of property? There are a number of ways that you can protect your land. Use our website to learn the basics of what we look for in a land conservation project, then get in touch with your legal or financial adviser and contact our Executive Director to see how your land could benefit our mission.
Visit our offices! Our offices are located on the Bullitt Reservation, a property of The Trustees of Reservations. There are trails to explore, a beaver pond, and a beautiful barn in the process of being renovated. Our offices are located in the Bullitt farmhouse, which underwent a deep energy retrofit in 2010. If you’d like to come inside the farmhouse, call ahead to make sure someone will be at the office during your visit: (413) 628-4485.