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Completed Land Projects

Whiteface Mountain Property Expansion CE

Wolfeboro, NH

The Town of Wolfeboro has again donated a conservation easement to LRCT. The 9-acre conservation easement permanently protects access to the already protected Whiteface Mountain Conservation Area and expands the existing network of conserved land on and around Whiteface Mountain.
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Huckins Farm Conservation Project

New Hampton, NH

LRCT is proud to permanently conserve Huckins Farm in New Hampton through an agricultural land easement, protecting 128 acres of productive and scenic farmland and forests of this 200+ year-old farm.
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Bridgewater Hill Properties

Bridgewater, NH

Conservation of land on Bridgewater Hill has long been a high priority for the Lakes Region Conservation Trust, and we are honored to work with a group of extraordinarily generous landowners on LRCT’s first conservation projects in Bridgewater. Four neighboring owners have joined together to conserve approximately 170 acres, helping to protect water quality, important habitat, and climate resilient lands and preserve the scenic qualities and character of Bridgewater Hill.
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Mihovan Property

Alexandria, NH

LRCT is proud and tremendously grateful to be the owner of approximately 29.2 acres of land on Fowler River Road in Alexandria, donated by family members who wanted to ensure that this property remains in its natural state. The property's significant conservation values include protection of wildlife habitat, drinking water quality, and scenic values, as well as opportunities for hiking, snowshoeing, and nature observation and education.
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Bear Mountain Conservation Area

Hebron, NH

LRCT has conserved 80 acres of a key densely-forested property with cliff and talus slope habitat on the shoulder of Bear Mountain in Hebron. Conservation of this parcel, with abutting land already subject to development restrictions, has resulted in the protection of over 200 contiguous acres on the slopes of Bear Mountain overlooking Newfound Lake. We are extraordinarily grateful to generous donors, including the John Gemmill Newfound Fund, and local volunteers whose dedication to conservation in the Newfound Watershed made it possible for LRCT to acquire this land.
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Mill City Park Conservation Project

Franklin, NH

The Lakes Region Conservation Trust completed a conservation easement and management plan to protect 17 acres of land along the Winnipesaukee River in Franklin adjacent to the new Mill City Park in the spring of 2021. This conservation easement, conveyed to LRCT by the City of Franklin, is an integral part of the Mill City Park project, which combines opportunities for recreation and enjoyment of the City’s riverfront.
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