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Land Conservation Archives - Piscataquog Land Conservancy
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

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

Grant Family Farm Conservation Area
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April 2017, the PLC completed an expansion of the existing 20-acre Grant Family Farm Conservation Area in Weare to nearly 72 acres, protecting the western slopes of Mt. Dearborn. When combined with PLC’s abutting the abutting 114-acre Walker conservation easement, the newly expanded conservation property protects nearly all of Mt. Dearborn.… Read More

Rand Brook Floodplain Project
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Partnering for Protection in Francestown The Piscataquog Land Conservancy has a long history of protecting land in Francestown, which is located in the western reaches of the Pistcatquog River watershed. PLC completed its first conservation project in the town in … Read More