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WOODLANDS, WETLANDS, AND WILDLIFE TOUR – BOSCAWEN, NH

April 24, 2017 – On a glorious day in April, Five Rivers’ friends and neighbors of our first conserved property in Boscawen, joined us at John and Barbara Keegan’s property to explore the wetlands, wildlife and woodlands on site ...
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We’ve Moved!

March 15, 2017 - Five Rivers is excited to announce that we have relocated our offices to 6 Dixon Ave, Suite #201 in Concord. Our offices are still downtown, but our new space offers a private handicapped-accessible meeting room, ...
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Five Rivers Earns National Recognition – We’re Accredited!

February, 2017 - After several years of diligent work by former and current board members, today Five Rivers celebrates our new status as an accredited land trust recognized by the national Land Trust Accreditation Commission ...
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Five Rivers’ Winter Wildlife Walk

February 5, 2017 - In early February, Bob Quinn, a well respected local birder, naturalist and field trip leader guided Five Rivers’ Winter Wildlife Walk to the newly conserved Sanborn Road property in Loudon. All along the way participants learned about birds and tracks and wildlife ...
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Stone Farm, Dunbarton Conserved

January, 2017 - Five Rivers thanks the great team of donors and partners who made January 2017’s conservation of 237 acres of the Stone Farm in Dunbarton possible! ...
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Keegan Easement – Boscawen NH

December, 2016 - Congratulations to John and Barbara Keegan, who in December 2016 fulfilled their dream of conserving 81 acres of wetlands, forests, and field on their Boscawen property with Five Rivers Conservation Trust ...
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Five Rivers’ Annual Fall Hike

November 6, 2016 - Amidst the gold of the beech trees and the rust of the oaks, 110 hikers joined Five Rivers for our Annual Fall Hike – this year, between Marjory Swope Park and Carter Hill Orchards ...
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Pierce Property – 18 Acres of Open Fields Preserved in Concord!

August, 2016 - 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 ...
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