GOSA Acquires 104-Acre Sheep Farm South
Congratulations to all our members and donors!
Groton Open Space Association, Inc., is pleased to announce the acquisition of the 104-acre Sheep Farm South property in Groton, Connecticut, on April 21, 2021.
The acquisition was funded in part by a Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection (DEEP), Open Space Watershed Program grant, and by contributions from individuals, organizations and foundations. Many thanks to all the GOSA donors who made this possible!
The property abuts GOSA’s 63-acre Sheep Farm and will provide a key connection in Groton’s north-south greenbelt. The property is open to the public dusk to dawn for non-motorized recreation activity.
Currently, there is a through trail connecting the Sheep Farm to Sheep Farm South. There is parking at the Sheep Farm on Hazelnut Hill Road or along Flanders Road near the intersection of Flanders Road and Route 1.
Our stewardship team will be working on a land management and trail plan.
For more information email us at [email protected].