About Us

Opacum Land Trust, Inc. is a 13-town regional land conservation organization formed in 2000 to protect natural and cultural resources in South Central Massachusetts. These non-renewable resources include fertile farmland, lush green forests, river corridors, wetlands and watersheds, vernal pools, habitat for endangered animals and plants, scenic vistas, and historic and prehistoric sites.

3422

Acres Protected

13

Towns

Latest News

June 17, 2022

Spring Fundraiser Success!

The spring fundraiser was extended to June 15th, and we did it! We reached AND surpassed the $10,000 goal, raising $11,265. Thanks to you and…

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Project Spotlight

Southbridge Residents- Get Your Free Trees!

Southbridge property owners and renters can get free trees planted on their property as part of our project to plant 1,000 trees in Southbridge. We'll plant the trees- all you have to do is water them and enjoy all the benefits that trees provide! Click here to learn more.

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Latest Events

Jul 30

WALK – Explore Duthie Woods

Join Opacum Director Glenn Colburn for a morning walk at the newly named Duthie Woods (Quinlan Memorial Conservation Area and several other parcels in the area that are…

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Jun 11

WALK – Wild Edibles

Tag along with Norcross Wildlife Foundation’s Director of Applied Ecology and wild edibles enthusiast Dan Jaffe Wilder to identify tasty wild edible plants at…

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