Greenstone Hollow Nature Preserve

This East Granby property is 38 acres in size. A development road runs through the preserve. It has shrubby fields, a dense shrub layer, red cedars and white pine, hardwood forest, cattail marsh, two small farm ponds, and a perennial stream with a shrubby shore. The preserve is in the 100 year flood zone and is crossed by the South Tributary of Austin Brook. This is an abandoned farm field in forest succession. Much of the interior is unknown due to the dense shrubs. It is surrounded by residential development and farm fields. Larry Lunden and Chris Fisher have been active in clearing trails and cleaning up the property over the last year and even leading bird walks to determine the bird species inhabiting this area. If you have any questions regarding this sanctuary, please contact Larry Lunden.