The Darien Land Trust permanently preserves and restores open space, providing the community with environmentally rich habitats, scenic vistas, opportunities for educational experiences and the quiet enjoyment of nature.
The Darien Land Trust now owns or has conservation easements over more than 200 acres in Darien. We have permanently protected diverse natural environments such as wetlands along the Five Mile River, tidal salt marshes at Holly Pond and Scott’s Cove, upland forests in Dunlap Woods, and meadow habitat at Mather Meadows, Fox Run, and Brendans Meadow.
Volunteers are vital to the success of the Darien Land Trust, from serving on our board of directors to land protection, habitat restoration, office support, and organization. Whatever your skill, knowledge, or interest, there's a place you can make a difference. Read More
Please join fellow Land Trust members on Sunday, November 13 at 5 p.m. for the Darien Land Trust's Annual Meeting at the Wee Burn Country Club.
The theme of the meeting will be Establishing Common Ground: Collaboration and connectivity across town lines to preserve our wildlife, water, and recreation. Mary Ellen Lemay, Coordinator of the Fairfield County Regional Conservation Partnership, will be our featured speaker.
Join us for our 3rd biennial Trails Discovery Day on Sunday, September 11th, from 11am to 3pm in Dunlap/Selleck's Woods. Enjoy a nature scavenger hunt and get involved with the hand-on animal wildlife. We will have music and a great food truck to provide fun for the whole family.