The Bridgewater Land Trust was founded in 1987. A non-profit organization administered by town residents, the Land Trust supports a variety of conservation and education activities aimed at protecting Bridgewater’s natural resources, including land acquisition and donation, conservation easements, support of local farms, and sponsorship of educational and other programs. Their mission is “Preserve. Protect. Care.”
Becoming a Bridgewater Land Trust volunteer is a wonderful way to connect with like-minded others as well as a chance to get to know the people who steer and support the organization. Volunteered time, energy, and talents are invested locally, in the community, and all efforts translate into visible, living, lasting results.
P.O Box 8, Bridgewater, CT 06752
Community Caring in Bridgewater, Inc, (CCB) is a non-profit program providing a referral system of services and support (both general and emergency) for the 400+ households with at least one resident who is age 50 or over in Bridgewater, Connecticut. This community program is in addition to the services provided by the Town of Bridgewater.
Their goal is to make it possible for seniors and their families to stay in their homes independently and fully enjoy life here while having access to the care and resources needed as they grow older, from home energy assessments to nursing referrals.
They always need volunteers.
Celebrated for its heavenly homemade chocolates, this is a terrific place to enjoy breakfast or lunch or to sip coffee, read the paper and get to know the locals. Found in the last remaining dry town in Connecticut, this village store epitomizes small-town living at its finest.
27 Main Street S.