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Allanach-Wolf Woodlands

Joshua’s Trust

102.6 acres in Windham, CT

Parking: Small lot near 164 Back Rd, Windham, CT

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The Allanach-Wolf Woodlands is one of my favorite Joshua’s Trust properties though the trails are short at only 1.5 miles I’ve found myself visiting time after time.

Fishing and boating are prohibited in Lake Marie.

History:

Preserved in 2007 when it was donated by Ada Wolf.  The property was dedicated and officially opened on May 23, 2010.  In 2012, Joshua’s Trust added another 20 acres to Allanach-Wolf through the purchase of 17 acres from the Town of Windham, and the donation of 3.5 acres by Dr. Stein.

In July 2018, Senator Chris Murphy held one of his walk-and-talk sessions with local residents at the preserve.


Links:

Peter Marteka – A Simple Request To Preserve A Place Of Natural Beauty (2012)

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Last updated October 26th, 2018

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