Stone Farm – $5,000 Left to Raise!
Five Rivers and the Friends of the Stone Farm have raised 98% of the funds needed to conserve the Stone Farm in Dunbarton, leaving only $5,000 more to raise.
You can be a part of conserving this property by making a donation of any amount today by credit card, or by check noting Stone Farm in the memo, sent to Five Rivers Conservation Trust, 31 Warren Street, Concord, NH 03301. Gifts of stock or required IRA distributions may be accepted by contacting Beth at 225-7225 or Beth@5rct.org. Read more....
Stone Farm – History and Stories
Friends of Stone Farm volunteer Linda Morse interviewed Judy Stone to produce a series of articles sent monthly to various e-mail lists in Dunbarton in the spring and summer of 2016. What rich history … Read more
Pierce Property – 18 Acres Conserved in Concord!
Five Rivers Conservation Trust and the Concord Conservation Commission recently completed a six year joint effort to conserve the agricultural fields at Stickney Hill with the signing of a conservation easement protecting the 18 acres of fields at the Pierce farm. The Pierce property is a key part of the “Stickney Hill Agricultural Neighborhood”, as defined by a 2008 report by New Hampshire … Read more
Cabot Easement 38 Acres Conserved in Loudon!
Five Rivers Conservation Trust and Colin Cabot Conserve 38 acres of Outstanding Wildlife Habitat in Loudon. Thanks to the conservation commitment and generosity of Colin Cabot, a critical parcel of land has been conserved. The property includes half of a beaver pond surrounded by wetlands and upland forest. The easement conserves 3,500 feet of water frontage of the pond. It also conserves 1,250 … Read more