See our Calendar for upcoming events like Rediscovering Rex Brasher Lecture and Luncheon, Winter Wildlife Tracking, Dreaming with the Animal Powers,
and After School Adventures.
Slab Meadow was acquired in 2015, increasing the Foundation by 40 acres and almost 2 miles of trails. The trails, which were blazed in the fall of 2015, include several loop areas and a link to the Mattatuck Trail. The parcel is peppered with vernal pools teeming with amphibian life, and also features a beautiful overlook onto a nearby marsh. The mature oak stands promise to produce an abundance of other wildlife including Pileated Woodpeckers, Red-eyed Vireos, and Eastern Coyote. Trailheads are located on Slab Meadow Rd. in Morris, 1/2 mile east of S.R. 109. View a Trail Map here. Trails are accessible for hiking, bicycling, cross-country skiing, horseback riding, but not motor vehicles. All other property usage rules apply. We’ll be adding this parcel, as well as other recent property acquisitions, to a new edition of our Property Map soon.