dcsimg
Slideshow Image
Slideshow Image
Slideshow Image
Slideshow Image
There are over 250 known species of "bumblebees" and all are members of the bee genus "Bombus". They are social, fuzzy, feed on nectar and gather pollen to feed their young.
Fishing for Smallmouth Bass at Kings Island - an NU Land Trust property.
While caterpillars generally eat leaves, butterflies use a proboscis to drink nectar and sugary liquids from fruits.
Tarrifville Gorge Kayak Races - a destination for white-water competition and fun.

Our Commitment to
Open Space Preservation

Northeast Utilities cherishes the natural and cultural resources present on its lands.  Our conservation activities uphold over 40 years of work, inspiration and vision by hundreds of employees, community partners and local residents. Combined with our active management of forest and wildlife habitats, we are preserving nature's beauty for generations.

These lands continue to represent NU's proud stewardship heritage and many of the region's most-prized open spaces.  We invite you to join us in discovering our great outdoors.

Enjoy!

Find Recreational Activities

Use our Activity Map to find recreational and open space opportunities.  Many properties not in the Land Trust are also available for passive public recreation purposes.

Tour Our Lands

Bartlett Cove

Quaker Hill, CT
0:58

Maromas

Middletown, CT
1:07

Kings Island

Enfield, CT
1:08

Skiff Mountain

Sharon, CT
1:11