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VISTA Spring 2010

What’s in this Issue: Dogs at Macricostas; Asian longhorned beetle; Land trust alliance; Dig at Macricostas; and Goshawks this spring. Read this issue: VISTA Spring 2010

VISTA Spring 1999

What’s in this Issue: Letter from the President; Hemlock wooly adelgid; Hidden Valley bridge repair; FAQs; Conservation easement; Eagle Scout project at Steep Rock; Goshawk followup; Trail closed to mountain bikes and horses; and Shepaug River Case. Read this issue: VISTA Spring 1999

VISTA Spring 1998

What’s in this Issue: Wooly Adelgid in Steep Rock; Spring thaw closing trails to horses and mountain bikes; Trail closed for Goshawk: First stewardship project completed; Annual Membership Drive; River Association on the Shepaug Talk Show. Read this issue: VISTA Spring 1998

VISTA Spring 1995

What’s in this Issue: Land Exchange; Steep Rock and Washington; Annual Fund Drive; Bird walk booklets; Washington horse show; New signs for Steep Rock and Hidden Valley; New Trustees; FAQs; and Wooly Adelgid Infestation. Read this issue: VISTA Spring 1995

VISTA Summer 1991

What’s in this Issue: Hauser Footbridge; Solutions to Hemlock Scale Infestation; Riding Ring; Micheal Harwood Bird walk; Updates; One new Summer Intern; and Steep Rock habitat. Read this issue: VISTA Summer 1991

VISTA Summer 1990

What’s in this Issue: Dedication to Micheal Harwood; Miss Helen Schwarz deeds property to Steep Rock; Insect infestation (Hemlock Scale); New Board Members Elected; New Footbridge; Appointing the Executive Director; Two new Summer Interns; and Additions to Jones Bird walk. Read this issue: VISTA Summer 1990

VISTA Fall 1987

What’s in this Issue: Letter from SRA’s President; Hidden Valley Footbridge; Harvesting Red Pines; Working on Steep Rock parking; Gunnery students help with trail maintenance; Insect Invader (Hemlock Woolly Adelgid); Gifting Land; and Four new interns. Read this issue: VISTA Fall 1987

Matching Gifts

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Our legal name: Steep Rock Association, Inc.
Tax ID: #06-6069060
Mailing address: PO Box 279, Washington Depot, CT 06794

Check Donations

Please make checks payable to Steep Rock Association. Our mailing address is:

Steep Rock Association
PO Box 279
Washington Depot, CT 06794