The GRTA preserves, protects, and promotes open space,
historical trails and the tradition of horseback riding for our community and future generations.
Greenwich Tree Conservancy
Are you a tree lover?
The Greenwich Tree Conservancy wants to know if you have a Treasured Tree on your property.
Just fill out the nomination form available at: www.greenwichtreeconservancy.org.
Come enjoy our Nichols Nature Preserve, donated to the GRTA by Herbert J. Nichols, Jr. and others as open conservation land. It is a 94-acre property with meadows, forests, ponds and swamps. Here, volunteer conservationists have ongoing projects that help some endangered insect pollinators and a variety of bird populations. This diverse and beautiful property is open to all nature enthusiasts for walking, horseback riding, fishing, jogging, bird watching, cross-country skiing and peaceful picnicking by a pond.
We now have the Nichols Endowment Fund. Please consider contributing to the future of open space preservation. Ask your tax adviser about a stock donation or send a check. To contribute online, use the donate button below and be sure to write a note that states it’s for the Nichols Endowment Fund.
We employ a full-time land manager to help maintain the trails on properties belonging to the Audubon, Greenwich Land Trust, The Nature Conservancy, the Gimbel Sanctuary, the Boys Scouts and the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich, as well as town parks such as The Byram River Gorge, Babcock Preserve and The Mianus River State Park Scenic Reserve. All these open spaces are free for all nature enthusaists to enjoy.
As a 501(c)(3) , all contributions are tax deductible to the extent provided by the law. We are an independent, self-supporting group that neither seeks nor obtains community funds.
Greenwich Sustainability Committee.
This is the fifth of seven terrific articles about our water supply that The Greenwich Sustainability Committee has presented. "One Water - it doesn't fall from the sky; it comes from the soil".
Horsemanship AND Learning to Ride
"Perhaps it’s time to take a step back and reintroduce horsemanship hand in hand with learning to ride."
Read what WCHR Committee Chair and USHJA board member Carl Weeden has to say about instilling horsemanship in our youth and encourage young riders you know to take on our Horsemanship Quiz Challenge!