Farmington Land Trust elects two members, hears discussion on Tunxis predecessors

Apr 30th, 2010 | By | Category: Land, Open Space, Preservation

(L-R) Dr. Charles Leach, Dr. Ken Feder (contributed photo: Nina Fisher)

At the 39th annual meeting of the Farmington Land Trust, which took place at the Community and Senior Center in Unionville on Thursday, April 15, 2010, Dr. Ken Feder, a professor of archaeology at Central Connecticut State University, presented “The Avaricious Humour of Designing Englishmen: How the Tunxis Lost Their Ancestral Lands to the English Settlers of the Farmington Valley.” Two new members were elected to the board: Heidi Maresh and Michael Lecours.

The Farmington Land Trust is a non-profit group dedicated to the preservation of land as open space in Farmington, currently protecting approximately 270 acres in town.

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