Category: GOSA In-Depth

GOSA News Fall 2016

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GOSA Instant! News Annual Meeting and Lecture Fall 2016

Click here to see the GOSA Instant! Annual Meeting and Lecture Fall 2016.


Edith Fairgrieve

Edith Fairgrieve, a former GOSA director and one of four beloved pioneers of the Groton land conservation movement, passed away on August 4. A memorial service was held in her honor on Sept. 12 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Mystic. Click here for more infomation about Edith’s conservation work with GOSA and…


Town of Groton Open Space Greenbelt Map


Shifting the Mosaic: Creating Early Successional Habitat to Conserve Species by Syma Ebbin 3.29.16

Shifting the Mosaic-Creating Early Successional Habitat to Conserve Species by Syma Ebbin 3.29.16


A Beaver Tale from Avery Farm by Liz Raisbeck 3.29.16

A Beaver Tale from Avery Farm by Liz Raisbeck 3.29.16


Why does GOSA cut down trees?

There are a variety of reasons why you may see GOSA volunteers or contractors hired by GOSA removing and/or cutting down trees. The key reason for this activity is that over the past century, many shrublands and young forests across the Northeast have been cleared for development or have grown into mature forests. As this…


Bringing to Mind Connecticut’s Lands of Auld Lang Syne By Syma A. Ebbin

SE Bringing to Mind Connecticut’s Lands of Auld Land Syne


Life Growing Up on a Farm: A Conversation with Judy Weber, Owner of Avery Farm By Liz Raisbeck

Judy Weber’s Life Growing Up on Avery Farm


GOSA News Fall 2015

GOSA News Fall 2015