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Current News Archives - Piscataquog Land Conservancy
Bladderworts: Killers on the Pond
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Utricularia radiataWater lilies are so romantic, aren’t they? The objects of paintings and poems. But out among them on dreamy ponds there lurks a seamy side of the pond: bladderworts. Dressed in deceptively pretty yellow flowers these plants spell trouble … Read More

First Phase of Nissitissit Project Complete
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On July 19th the Town of Brookline completed its purchase of two properties totaling 75 acres along the Nissitissit River, and the simultaneous donation of a conservation easement on the land to the Piscataquog Land Conservancy.  Acquiring the parcels had … Read More

Linking Land in Lyndeborough
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On June 23rd PLC signed purchase and sale agreements on two properties in Lyndeborough totaling ninety acres.   If successfully protected, the parcels will be key additions to the mosaic of conservation land straddling Lyndeborough, New Boston and Francestown.  The properties … Read More

Chris’ Corner – Fall 2017 Update
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  Another Strong Year for the PLC   “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” — Theodore Roosevelt   The Piscataquog Land Conservanc completed it 2017 Fiscal year on June 30, and I’m happy to report … Read More

The Best lobster Ever
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  On Labor Day, September 4th, about 120 PLC members and friends gathered for our 9th annual Lobster by the River fundraiser at Parker Mill in New Boston. With good company and perfect weather, this year’s lobster bake on the … Read More

Rose Mountain Rumble Rolls On
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On Saturday, August 26th more than one hundred cyclists from our region and around New England rode in PLC’s third-annual Rose Mountain Rumble benefit ride.  About a third of this year’s riders had ridden the Rumble before; the rest were … Read More

PLC & Brookline Partner to Protect the Nissitissit River
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For the better part of the past year, the Piscataquog Land Conservancy has been working with the Brookline Conservation Commission and the Nissitissit River Land Trust to protect 78 acres of undeveloped land and half a mile of frontage on the Nissitissit River in … Read More

Tarr Lands in Bedford & Goffstown to become PLC Preserve
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April 2017 – Later this spring the Piscataquog Land Conservancy will take ownership of the Florence M. Tarr Wildlife Sanctuary, more than three hundred acres undeveloped forest, ponds, wetlands and streams in Bedford and Goffstown.  The sanctuary was created in … Read More

Planning the Future of Rose Mountain
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In late 2015, PLC received a generous grant from the You Have Our Trust Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation to underwrite a comprehensive forest and ecological inventory of our 189-acre Rose Mountain Preserve in Lyndeborough, and develop a … Read More

How to Help a Trout in a Drought
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Droughts happen. When they do, most of the talk is about how they impact the water supply for humans. But droughts also affect fish. In dry years and wet ones alike, the story of trout here in New Hampshire and … Read More

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