Sussex Land Trust: More access, countywide preservation

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2024 SCLT Newsletter

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Enhancing accessibility: Sussex County Land Trust plans inclusive playground at Hudson Park

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Rotary will build accessible playground

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Hudson Park Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

On Tuesday, September 26, 2023, Sussex County Land Trust (SCLT) and Sussex County, Delaware, partnered to host a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of the new trailhead at Stephen P. Hudson Park in Milton, DE, that connects with the Georgetown to Lewes Trail. This new trailhead consists of a small rest area and…

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Project Kudos: Delaware Botanic Gardens at Pepper Creek

Did you know there are 100’s of different shades of Green? Collectively Green represents new growth and rebirth. This may be the reason that we all feel so happy & energized when we spend time in the outdoors.   Friends, watch this video to discover the beauty of the Delaware Botanic Gardens at Pepper Creek,…

Project Kudos: Heidi Gilmore, Sussex County Land Trust, Chairwoman

Heidi Gilmore, Sussex County Land Trust Chairwoman, is an absolute advocate of protecting natural, cultural, agricultural and recreational resources through land preservation in Sussex County. Here’s what Casey Kenton, SCLT Secretary, had to say about his dear colleague and friend: “Heidi is an incredible civic leader for both the Trust and for Sussex County. She…

Project Kudos: Casey Kenton, Sussex County Land Trust, Secretary

  Casey Kenton, the Sussex County Land Trust Secretary, is definitely one of those great people who is dedicating a lot of his time, resources and hard work to promote the Sussex County Region. And he does it with so much passion that even if you are new to the area, you will want to…

Project Kudos: Wolfe House

The renovation of the 1880sWolfe House was a great collaboration between the state and the land trust through a curatorship program. It’s a great restoration of a great property and grounds.” Mark Chura, Executive Director, SCLT.     The Wolfe House is an 18th century farm house that was once owned by the Wolfe Family…

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