Spring 2024

Invasive Plants in
Canonchet Farm

View Canonchet
Farm Video

Plans for the
Linear Park


Alpha Chi Omega
Work the Canonchet Farm Trail

October 20, 2018

Tim Cranston Covers 400 Years
in a Little More than a Mile

April 20, 2018

Turk's Cap Lilies Return to Little Neck Pond
July and August Blooms 2017

Scott Turner Walks, Listens and Entertains
Canonchet Farm Walk, May 17, 2015

Nancy Karraker Wades in on Eggs, Peepers and Turtles
Guided Walk, April 19, 2015

Photo Contest
February 2014

Stories in Stone
Canonchet Farm Walk, October 20, 2013

Families Love Canonchet
Canonchet Farm Walk, September 23, 2013

Champion Trees
Canonchet Farm Walk, May 20, 2012

Cleanup at Lake Canonchet
September 10, 2011

Charlie Lee Remembrance
February 6, 2011

Guided Walks Fall 2010

Beech Grove Cleanup
October 31, 2009

Tom Wessels
Guided Walk
October 10, 2009

Canonchet Farm Photo Album









Guided Walk, Posted 22, 2018

Tim Cranston Covers 400 Years
in a Little More than a Mile

It was a beautiful spring day (at last) on Sunday, April 22, when 57 visitors walked with Tim Cranston along the Canonchet Farm Trail and heard Tim's stories about Canonchet's "best time to die," Algonquin descriptive place names, vernal pools, sheep walls and cow walls, invasive critters and plants, and 18th century South County plantations as the "bread basket for the Caribbean." And that's just a partial list. Here are some photos of the guided walk. Click a photo to enlarge it.

Photos by Rosemary Smith