A Place for History

“Behing the Stone Walls” Garden Tour Invitation, W. Tressler, 2002.

Twenty years ago this week, hundreds of people gathered at the Bradley-Hubbell House off Black Rock Turnpike to celebrate the recreation of its perennial flower garden and to fundraise for the historic homestead.  Continue reading “A Place for History”

A Tribute to Bruce LePage

Some people fall into the moment and some people rise to the moment, but for a fraught moment in Easton’s recent history, both could be said of Bruce LePage.  In the mid-90s, “land use” was the hot issue and development seemed the forgone conclusion. For many, “open space” was simply Continue reading “A Tribute to Bruce LePage”

Aspetuck Land Trust Urges Green Corridor Initiative

Aspetuck Land Trust announced plans to create a 40,000-acre Green Corridor to protect the last large undeveloped open spaces in the Fairfield County region before they are developed and gone forever and engage thousands of homeowners in taking care of their yards in more ecologically Continue reading “Aspetuck Land Trust Urges Green Corridor Initiative”