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Success Story New Wildlife Sanctuary at Religious Shrine
MA - 117 acres of forest, wetlands and field are a new wildlife sanctuary thanks to the generosity of community and a strong collaboration among local officials and conservation leaders.
Located in Land Trusts / Northeast Success Stories
Alliance's Saving Land Magazine Wins Two Awards
April 2009 | Washington, DC
Located in Events & News / Alliance News
Scenic Hudson featured on WAMC Radio
March 2009 | publicbroadcasting.net
Located in Events & News / Northeast News Folder
Success Story Forest Legacy Project Knits Together Thousands of Acres
MA - Mount Grace Land Conservation helps protect over 1,000 acres of corridor
Located in Land Trusts / Northeast Success Stories
Buyer's market may help land trusts
January 11, 2009 | Portland Press Herald (ME)
Located in Events & News / Alliance News
Success Story Land Trust Protects Farm Along Little River
NY - Brothers Henry and Charles Parry have ensured the permanent protection of their 440-acre farm that has been in their family since 1901.
Located in Land Trusts / Northeast Success Stories
Kevin Case Appointed as Alliance’s Northeast Regional Director
Located in Events & News / Alliance News
Land Trust Keyed Up Over Mystery Piano
Located in About / Regional Programs / Northeast
Success Story Wolf Hay Field and Tree Farm Protected
NH - The only working farmland on 103 A will remain undeveloped in perpetuity as a result of Dan and Beverly Wolf’s recent easement donation to the Ausbon Sargent Land Preservation Trust.
Located in Land Trusts / Northeast Success Stories
Land Trust and Coholders Determined to Uphold Conservation Permanence
Located in Conservation / Conservation Defense / Documents

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