David Brant, Aspetuck Land Trust executive director, stands with Dan Esty, Yale University environmental law and policy professor, and Don Hyman of Fairfield, newly elected president of the land trust. Esty was guest speaker at the recent Haskins lecture, which also announced that the land trust had purchased 38 acres of open space off Wampum Hill Road in Weston. — Derek Sterling photo

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