One interesting discovery I made from attending the meeting was that the Boxmoor Trust sells its lamb - yes, those cute spring lambs that visitors were invited to feed in February - to members of the public.
We're not talking pets: If you'd like some local, free-grazing Boxmoor Trust lamb for your table give the Trust a ring on 01442 253300. They will advise you of availability and prices. You can't buy the odd chop, however - it comes as half or whole lamb, cut into joints.
The Box Moor Trust is also planning a Heritage Centre on the site of its Old Barn, with meeting and exhibition spaces. And it has put in a bid for lottery funding to build an educational 'wetlands' centre.
A big forthcoming project for the Box Moor Trust is its fifth bi-annual Music on the Moor, held this year on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 July. Fifteen thousand people attended this free musical event in 2007 and it's hoped that this year's show will be as successful.
The credit crunch has affected plans, however, as there is as yet no sponsor for the event's third stage, which last year featured many smaller, local bands. And advertising space is still available on the event's programme, with prices starting at £250.
The event is split over two days, with rock and pop music on the Saturday and classical and jazz on the Sunday. On Saturday, look out for Hemel Hempstead bands The Daves and The Raid; the headline act in the evening will be the Queen tribute band Mercury.
To find out more about the Box Moor Trust, how you can volunteer or attend forthcoming events and activities, visit the Trust’s website: www.boxmoortrust.org.uk.