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KLT Does Not Maintain Winter Access in Parking Lots


KENT—The Kent Land Trust reminds visitors that it does not maintain winter access at any of its preserve parking lots.

Ice creepers and walking sticks are recommended for stability and traction.

Although the East Kent Hamlet Nature preserve remains open, the parking lot and driveway are closed until further notice. 

KLT works to protect the habitat quality of the West Aspetuck River and avoids sanding and salting.

Visitors are asked to use caution while parking and hiking. 

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