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Forest City Wines & Spirits
606 Main St, Middletown, CT 06457
Forest City Wines & Spirits is located in the North End of town. Patrons will enjoy the spacious displays of winesMore and liquors, and the excellent customer service. It is open late to accommodate your busy schedule.
Lawrence Parcel
Kaplan Drive, middletown, CT 06457
This large, undeveloped, forested parcel is a nature area with some paths. It is located across Kaplan Drive from theMore Lawrence Elementary School.
Middletown Nature Gardens
Randolph Road, Middletown, CT 06457
This nature trail is along the south side of Randolph Road just west of Brown Street. The property is marked by a woodenMore sign and split-rail fence. There is ample parking in a gravel lot; cinder paths wind through woodlands, forests, and fields.
Lutz Tree Service
65 Berkeley Rd, Middletown, CT 06457
Owned and operated by licensed arborist Michael Lutz, Lutz Tree Service provides comprehensive tree surgery and removalMore services for residential and commercial clients throughout Middletown and the surrounding communities. With decades of experience, Lutz's services include stump grinding, pruning, forest and field restoration. Lutz Tree Service also does work for insurance claims.
Roybal Fire Equipment
33 Forest St, Middletown, CT 06457
Roybal & Sons is a locally owned and operated business providing state of the art fire protection equipment.More Products include fire alarms, smoke detectors and fire extinguishers.  
The Rockfall Foundation
27 Washington St, Middletown, CT 06457

The Rockfall Foundation is a private, non-profit organization devoted to the conservation of natural resources,More environmental education and sustainable development in Middlesex County. It sponsors education and conservation programs, symposia and meetings with area leaders to build consensus about development and conservation. It holds and maintains undeveloped tracts of land in the county.

The foundation also awards grants to nonprofit groups, educators and municipalities to launch and support projects encouraging environmental sustainability.

The Rockfall Foundation was established in 1935 by Middletown philanthropist and conservationist Clarence S. Wadsworth "to establish, maintain and care for parks and forests or wild land for the use and enjoyment of the public." The foundation is named for the waterfalls in Wadsworth Falls State Park on the Middletown-Middlefield border.

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