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Five Rivers Conservation Trust - Local Land Trust Greater Capital Region New Hampshire
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5RCT - Local Land Trust for the Greater Capital Region New Hampshire. Conserving, caring for, and enjoying special places where five rivers converge.
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A LEGACY FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS
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Word count: 577 words, Reading time: 2.3 minutes"HOME | CONTACT AND DIRECTIONS | GET E-NEWS! <img alt="Five Rivers Conservation Trust - Local Land Trust for the Greater Capital Region of New Hampshire" style="width: 610px; height: 98px' margin-right: 100px;" src="https://5rct.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/logo-lg-new-round-2.png"><img style="margin-top: 15px; margin-right: 15px;" alt="Five Rivers Conservation Trust is an accredited land trust by the Land Trust Alliance" src="https://5rct.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/accredited-seal-only.jpg">MAKE ADONATION HomeWho We AreOur StoryOur Rivers and TownsOur Board of TrusteesFive Rivers StaffJob OpportunitiesOur SupportersAccredited Land TrustBylawsOur WorkWhy Our Work MattersFive Rivers Properties (Map View)Five Rivers Properties (List View)Trails and HikingFive Rivers Properties (PDF Map)Conserving Your LandOur Land Protection PolicyNews/PublicationsNews from Five RiversNew Five Rivers GearNewslettersAnnual ReportsStrategic Plan 2017 – 2021Photos and VideosEventsJaneway Conservation Area on 3/19Support Our WorkMake a DonationJoin Our Conservation Leaders Society (CLS)Become a Business SponsorGifts of Stock or IRA Distribution <img src="https://5rct.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/mobile-logo-2.png" alt="Five Rivers Conservation Trust - Concord NH" class="uk-responsive-height"> 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! LCHIP GRANT TO CONSERVE BLUE MOON BERRY FARM<img src="https://5rct.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/berry-farm-home.png" />December 14, 2022 – Five Rivers Conservation Trust has been awarded a $118,000 grant from the New Hampshire Land and Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP) to support the conservation of Blue Moon Berry Farm. This property is a treasured local resource, well-known and loved by residents and surrounding communities.Read MoreThe 121-Acre Vegetable Ranch in Warner is Conserved<img src="https://5rct.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/pletcher-home-2.jpg" />November 30, 2022 – Five Rivers announces the conservation of The Vegetable Ranch in Warner, perpetually protecting 121 acres of land with productive agricultural fields, wildlife habitat, and water resources along scenic Kearsarge Mountain Road.Read MoreCheck out New Five Rivers Hats, Mugs, and Sweatshirts<img src="https://5rct.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/swag-home.jpg" />October 2022 – Check out our new styles of Five Rivers hats ($15), mugs ($10), and eco-conscious hooded sweatshirts ($55). In this season of thanks and gift-giving, help promote your local land trust by wearing or giving our Five Rivers merchandise.More Information CONNECT ON FACEBOOK<img src="https://5rct.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/facebook-logo.png">ON INSTAGRAM<img src="https://5rct.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/instagram-logo.png"> CONTACTFive Rivers Conservation Trust10 Ferry Street, Suite 311-AConcord, NH 03301Click here for a map and directions.Telephone: 603-225-7225Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgExecutive DirectorLiz Short SUPPORT USMake a Donation NowJoin Our Conservation Leaders SocietyBecome a Business SupporterJoin Our Email List OUR TOWNS & RIVERSTowns We ServeBelmont, Boscawen, Bow, Canterbury, Chichester, Concord, Dunbarton, Gilmanton, Hillsborough, Henniker, Hopkinton, Loudon, Northfield, Pembroke, Salisbury, Warner, and Webster.The Five RiversThe Merrimack, Contoocook, Blackwater, Warner and Soucook Rivers converge in an area of river bottom farmland and rolling hills that defines Five Rivers’ service area. <img style="display: block; margin: 0 auto;" src="https://5rct.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/seal-bulleted.jpg">Five Rivers Conservation Trust conserves local farms, recreation lands, and the landscape around us in partnership with landowners and local communities. The greater Capitol Region is filled with picturesque country villages and a delightful mix of fields and forests, farms and wetlands, and other special places. Through conservation easements and other means, Five Rivers is doing its part as an active land trust to help keep those places intact for future generations. <div class="statcounter"><a title="web analytics" href="https://statcounter.com/"><img class="statcounter" src="https://c.statcounter.com/10968787/0/6f82bd5d/1/" alt="web analytics" /></a></div> HomeWho We AreOur StoryOur Rivers and TownsOur Board of TrusteesFive Rivers StaffJob OpportunitiesOur SupportersAccredited Land TrustBylawsOur WorkWhy Our Work MattersFive Rivers Properties (Map View)Five Rivers Properties (List View)Trails and HikingFive Rivers Properties (PDF Map)Conserving Your LandOur Land Protection PolicyNews/PublicationsNews from Five RiversNew Five Rivers GearNewslettersAnnual ReportsStrategic Plan 2017 – 2021Photos and VideosEventsJaneway Conservation Area on 3/19Support Our WorkMake a DonationJoin Our Conservation Leaders Society (CLS)Become a Business SponsorGifts of Stock or IRA Distribution"
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