The history and ecology of Weston's conservation areas are described by Professor Elmer E. Jones in his book "Walks on Weston Conservation Land."
It is available for purchase through Weston Forest & Trail or at the Conservation Office in Town Hall (when the building is re-opened to the public). The price of the book is $15 and helps cover the cost of printing and distribution.
Additionally, Weston Forest & Trail members host guided walks on the first Sunday of each month from October through May. The walking schedule can be found on the association’s website. The walks are open to everyone and last approximately 1-2 hours. They start at 2 p.m. rain or shine. Well-behaved and leashed dogs are welcome.
Weston Media Center has filmed a series videos featuring some terrific trail walks. Check them out below!
Trail maps of a select few conservation parcels are available online for download. For those who prefer to use a paper map, a hard copy 2' x 3' color map of all of Weston's trails is available for purchase from the Conservation office (once the building reopens to the public) or through Weston Forest and Trail Association.