Come Visit the Land Trust House!


Saturday, September 23, 1:00-4:00 PM
Branford Land Trust House
26 School Street, Stony Creek

• Learn about the 1865 one-room schoolhouse
• Learn about the 1901 firehouse, headquarters of the Stony Creek Fire Company for 75 years
• Learn about our ambitious project of Rehabilitation, Energy Conservation & Historic Preservation

Parking is available in the municipal lot on School Street behind the firehouse.

Questions? Call (203)483-5263 or email


The Land Trust House is currently undergoing desperately-needed renovations that includes repairing structural problems, resolving an obsolete electrical system, removing hazardous materials, and replacing the failing septic system, as well as addressing the energy inefficiency of buildings that are more than a century old. The project has garnered community support from the Branford Historical Society, Branford Rotary, former Town Historian Jane Bouley, the Stony Creek Association, and the Stony Creek Museum.

Based on professional estimates, the project will cost approximately $500,000. A large portion of the funding will be provided by matching fund grants from the Connecticut State Office of Historic Preservation and the 1772 Foundation. Together, these grants will provide $210,000, leaving the Land Trust to raise $300,000.

CLICK HERE NOW to make a donation or watch your mail for an upcoming town-wide special mailing. Your contribution — large or small — will help ensure the continued protection of Branford’s history and its natural resources.



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Branford Land Trust
P.O. Box 254
Branford, CT 06405
(203) 483-5263


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