With the help of Landscape Architect Lauren Richardson, the Society has re-imagined the six acre Tapping Reeve site, not as a strict interpretation of a time period, but rather as a community resource with landscape elements that would have been found on the site, and in Litchfield, from the 18th to the 20th centuries. The project will use elements of the historic landscape as an educational tool and includes a children’s garden, education pavilion, small orchard, a chestnut grove, a wet meadow, stone walls and traditional fencing. The Society has designed the project to provide the community and visitors with opportunities for learning, relaxation and reflection.
Support the Tapping Reeve Landscape Project today! Your support, at any level, will help us reimagine the landscape and create a community garden for all to enjoy.
The Society will expand its educational programming and visitor services at the site with programs that complement and enhance existing interpretation. Once visitors have toured the house and school they can step into an interpretation the surrounding natural world. New programs will complement existing and the project will allow us to expand the experience to with exciting opportunities to give visitors a sense of place and a better understanding of the Litchfield story.
No amount is too small. Your support, at any level, will help us complete this project and create a community place for learning, interpretation, rest, and relaxation.
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