Make your commitment to local land conservation last forever.
The Conservation Legacy Society recognizes and celebrates those who have made a permanent commitment to a future of special places, protected forever, and entrusted to the Southeast Land Trust.
Members of the Conservation Legacy Society have informed us of their decision to remember the Southeast Land Trust through a planned gift, and in doing so, these individuals provide a continuing stream of support for our shared mission.
Now and Forever: Introducing the Conservation Legacy Society
In each of the past two years, the Southeast Land Trust has received a generous surprise – a very substantial bequest (a gift made through a will), from a member of the organization. The first bequest was from Wilbur Hennings, a resident of Riverwoods, who was introduced to the Land Trust through former board member Forest Griffin. The second gift was from a long-time donor who wished to remain anonymous. Both cared deeply enough about the farms, forests, water, and wildlife of southeastern New Hampshire to make one final gift, a bequest to the Southeast Land Trust.
|Wed Jan 21 @ 6:30PM|
The Social Black Bear: What Bears Have Taught Me About Being Human, with Ben Kilham
|Sat Feb 14 @ 9:00AM|
The Heart of the Watershed: Geology and Hydrology of the Howard Swain Memorial Forest