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News N O T I C E The Seymour Land Trust will feature the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History’s new outreach program, “Rediscovering the Yale Peabody Museum,” an hour-long program including presentation of the museum’s past and present. Volunteers and docents will be on hand to show and tell a variety of unique objects and specimens, each with their own fascinating stories. All attendees, young and old, will have an opportunity to examine the displayed objects in great detail and to have them explained by an expert. The Land Trust is pleased to provide this free program to everyone in the community at the Henry Hamel Environmental Center on Chatfield Street (Legion Pool) on Wednesday, June 3rd at 7:00 p.m.  
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The heavy rains that fell on Friday, July 8, 2011 left the park with quite a bit of damage. To view photos of the damage click here.

The Seymour Land Trust is dedicated to the conservation of wilderness and wildlife through land acquisition for preservation.
We are a privately owned organization that is not affiliated with the town of Seymour or any government organization.
We are made up of your neighbors acting to preserve the Naugatuck and Housatonic Valley's natural heritage through wise and responsible management of local woodlands, open spaces, and water resources . We enrich the community and lives in the area by our programs and accomplishments.
We are supported solely by membership dues and private grants.
Come walk our trails and visit our parks and enjoy the beauty of nature that we are helping to preserve. We welcome everyone!


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