BOSLI will partner with the Brookfield Conservation Commission. Tables will be set up along the trail offering information about Lyme Disease, attracting birds to your yard, gardening for pollinators, and other outdoor topics. Collect a stamp from each table and earn a free gift!

We will tidy the trails, take down an illegal structure, and clear barberry using our new Uprooter tool. Bring work gloves and your favorite tools. We will have rakes available, but may not have enough to go around. Please wear boots or sturdy shoes as the area will be muddy. Remember to dress to protect yourself from ticks.  Meet at the parking lot on Obtuse Road North.  RSVPs are appreciated, but not necessary. For further information use the form on the Contact page to ask a question.

Open Space is our legacy. How do you define open space?

How does BOSLI define open space? Trees, water, rocks. Birds and bugs. Maybe a coyote or two. Trails, bridges, benches. A few signs. No buildings. ​Not a ball field,  golf course, or a cemetery. No lawns. ​

Connecticut Forest & Park Association Trails Day Walk at Harris Linear Park

June 2, Rain date June 3

What's Goin' On?

Trail maintenance and invasives
removal at Birch Rocks Sanctuary

Saturday, April 28 10:00 am

Rain Date: April 29 1:00 pm