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PRESERVING

A LEGACY FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS

LOCAL FARMS, RECREATION LANDS, AND LANDSCAPES

Local Land Trust for the Greater Capital Region of New Hampshire.
Conserving, caring for, and enjoying special places where five rivers converge.
Now, and for generations to come.

What's Happening at Five Rivers!

Moffett Property, Canterbury Conserved

June 2017 - Five Rivers just completed conservation of 56 acres on Cogswell Hill in Canterbury, thanks to the generosity of Howard Moffett and the Canterbury Conservation Commission.

Five Rivers Strategic Plan 2017 – 2021 Adopted

Five Rivers' 2017 Strategic Plan, adopted by the Five Rivers Board in January 2017, will guide us for the next five years to take the necessary steps to expand our capacity to preserve and protect land in the Five Rivers area.

Twigg Property, Gilmanton Conserved

Sept. 2017 - Many people stop by the side of the road in awe of the ragged outline of the Belknap Mountain Range, visible from the top of Frisky Hill on Route 107 in Gilmanton. Now that Five Rivers holds a conservation easement on the entire property, the fields that provide the outstanding view will never be developed.

Stone Farm, Dunbarton Conserved January 2017!

January 2017 - Five Rivers thanks the great team of donors and partners who made the conservation of 237 acres of the Stone Farm in Dunbarton possible!

We’re Accredited – We Earned National Recognition!

After several years of diligent work by former and current board members, today Five Rivers Conservation Trust celebrates our new status as an accredited land trust recognized by the national Land Trust Accreditation Commission.

Contoocook River Paddle Aug. 20th

On a glorious sunny August day, 50 paddlers joined Five Rivers for a trip down the Contoocook River. Paddlers saw lots of wildlife while passing four of our conserved properties.