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Sunday: Public can join hike at Shelton farm property

Participants will be treated to a campfire with marshmallows and hot cocoa

The Shelton Trails Committee will lead a “Marshmallow March” outdoor hike at Nicholdale Farm on Sunday, March 10 at 1 p.m. Nicholdale Farm is a Shelton Land Trust property on Route 110 in the city’s White Hills section.

The walk is open to the public and will lead to a roaring campfire, with marshmallows and hot chocolate waiting for participants. Children and leashed dogs are welcome. Walking sticks are helpful and waterproof boots are a must.

The parking lot is to the right (west, toward Monroe) of the yellow house at 322 Leavenworth Road (Route 110)

 

About the trails committee and land trust

The Shelton Trails Committee is an official subcommittee of the Shelton Conservation Commission, established in the mid-1990s to create and maintain hiking trails on city-owned open space.

The Shelton Land Conservation Trust, a nonprofit organization founded in 1969, is dedicated to the preservation and protection open space in Shelton. The trust oversees 365 acres, and membership is open to the public.

 

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