The Southeast Land Trust also protects land through conservation easements.
Conservation easements are legal instruments recorded in the county's registry of deeds and are binding on current and all future owners. Land subject to an easement remains in private ownership and can be sold or gifted. The easement details the limitations on the use of the land, generally prohibiting additional residential, commercial or industrial development, and granting the holder of the easement, in this case, the Southeast Land Trust, the right to monitor and enforce the use of the property.
To date, the Southeast Land Trust holds conservation easements on more than 115 properties throughout greater Rockingham County, protecting more than 5,750 acres of land! Learn more about conservation easements here or read about specific conservation easements and view photographs at the links below.
Back Channel Islands, New Castle
Flag Hill Winery and Distillery, Lee & Epping
Scamman Farm, Stratham
|Wed Mar 26 @ 7:00PM|
Wildlife Seminar: New Hampshire's Bobcats with John Litvaitis
|Fri Mar 28 @ 6:00PM|
Seacoast Farmland Access Information Night and Farmer Mixer
|Sat Apr 19 @10:00AM|
Vernal Pool Walk: Frogs, Salamanders and Shrimp, Oh My!
|Fri Apr 25 @ 7:00PM|
4th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival
|Sat May 10 @ 6:00AM|
6th Annual Birding Walk at the Piscassic Greenway