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Strides made in protecting Litchfield County lands

The Weantinoge Heritage Land Trust held an enormously successful fundraising benefit party on Saturday, Aug. 10, at the home of Leni and Peter May in Bridgewater.Photo by Mark Liflander Photography

BRIDGEWATER — The Weantinoge Heritage Land Trust broke records with its annual party, held this year on Saturday, Aug. 10, at the home of Leni and Peter May in Bridgewater, Conn. 

Board President Hiram Williams, a South Kent resident and a partner in the Kent Barns venture in the village center, announced at the party that, “This year’s benefit raised a record $650,000 to fund land and water conservation, and environmental education programs throughout Litchfield and northern Fairfield Counties.”

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