Two Day Clean Up Set for June 20 and June 21
The Land Trust's 500+ acre Mast Road Natural Area, located on the LampreyRiver in Epping, needs your help! Extensive past dumping of tires, trash, and assorted debris needs to be clean up and hauled away. Pick-up trucks are especially helpful! You can come for a few hours or all day or both days!
The Southeast Land Trust is proud to announce that it has achieved land trust accreditation from the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, an independent program of the Land Trust Alliance.
"Accreditation is national recognition that the work of the Southeast Land Trust meets high ethical and legal standards, assuring our partnering landowners and communities that our commitment to permanence is supported by the quality and depth of our work," says Brian Hart, Executive Director of the Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire. "Through this rigorous process, we've become a better and stronger organization and are more prepared than ever for perpetuity."Read more: Land Trust Recognized Nationally
The Southeast Land Trust, in partnership with the Town of Plaistow, was recently awarded a $100,000 Aquatic Resource Mitigation (ARM) Grant from the NH Department of Environmental Services (DES) to support the permanent protection and enlargement of the Plaistow Town Forest. The grant will be used to complete a two year project that will place a conservation easement on the Plaistow Town Forest, acquire adjacent undeveloped land, and restore damaged trails on the property. The Plaistow Town Forest grant was one of 7 projects funded in the Merrimack River Watershed in which a total of $2.2 million in funding was available.Read more: Land Trust Awarded $100k grant for Plaistow Town Forest
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