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Lenox Land Trust

To preserve and maintain the rural New England character of Lenox

Nice Trout for Dinner Today!

Toole Wildlife Preserve

Storytellers Amy Lafave, Gige Darey, Olga Weiss & George Wislocki regaled us with historical & humorous stories of land deals at our Annual Meeting & Community Conversation, November 9th, 2017 at Lenox Community Center. More details & photos to be posted soon.

BNRC Press Release 10/26/17 - Parsons Marsh Preservation is Complete!

Hikes (no snowshoes needed) - Toole Wildlife Preserve - Wed., 2/21 & Sat. 2/24. Meet 10 am in parking lot behind Hampton Inn & Suites, Lenox. Easy terrain; hike is about 1.5 hours. Seriously inclement weather cancels.

Important Facts

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  • Total land preserved: 150.36 acres
  • Conservation restrictions held:  3
  • Trust established in 2004
  • Current board members:  8

Our Mission

Boardwalk - Pleasant Valley Sanctuary


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Lenox Land Trust

PO Box 81, Lenox, MA 01240

​(413) 329-9678

Enjoying Laurel Lake in Winter

Beavers Not Too Busy Now @ Pleasant Valley

Post Farm Walk-Around -

Two dozen folks joined us at Post Farm on Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017, to explore this 225 acre conserved property along the Housatonic River. Ideas for increased signage, etc. were shared. This free fall foliage Walk-Around was sponsored by Lenox Land Trust.

Recognizing the pressures on land use and also recognizing the rights of individual property owners, the Lenox Land Trust believes that it is imperative to preserve and maintain the rural New England character of Lenox and the surrounding area for present and future generations.


The Lenox Land Trust works with the Town of Lenox, the Berkshire Natural Resources Council, the Massachusetts Audubon Society, Massachusetts Land Trust Coalition and other organizations to achieve these goals.