We are celebrating our 30th year protecting the land you love!

We’re protecting important lands that provide health and wellness to our communities and our planet. These landscapes are a big part of why we live here. Support for this critical work comes from individuals like you.

Here’s to our next 30 years as a vibrant and dynamic community of passionate conservationists. We hope to count on your continued support to protect the wild places you love. Thank you!

Trail Team Thursdays – Join Us!

July 22, 2022

Every other Thursday, beginning August 11, from 9-11:30AM Em will lead our Trail Team volunteers to work on long-term projects or complete small projects on a variety of NCLT’s properties. 

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Fitchburg Brothers Complete Eagle Scout Projects for North County Land Trust

July 21, 2022

North County Land Trust would like to thank Walter and Timothy Johnson of Fitchburg troop 17 for completing their Eagle Scout projects with us this spring! Walter built two beautiful

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Notes From the Field: Spring Stewardship 2022

July 14, 2022

Hello, again, from your friendly neighborhood Stewardship Gal, Em! We’ve had a busy spring and are powering through the summer, too, here’s what we have been up to!  If you

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Recreational Use Guidelines

To ensure the safety of our staff and visitors, please follow these guidelines when visiting our properties:

  • On trails, walkers and hikers should move aside and leave room for others to pass, and cyclists and runners should alert other users when approaching and wait for others to step aside before passing.
  • Keeping dogs on a leash.
  • For all NCLT organized group hikes, nature walk programs, and land stewardship activities, prior registration is required.
  • If you are attending an event, please check your confirmation email for specific instructions.
  • Masks are optional outdoors for events and volunteer activities, but masks are still recommended for indoor events for those unvaccinated.

Upcoming Events

News & Updates

Peabody Fungus Event with Lawrence Millman – Photo Gallery!

NCLT and the Lunenburg Public Library hosted Lawrence Millman, author, mycologist, and ethnographer, for an educational presentation and short but rich exploration of fungus at Peabody Conservation Area on May… Read More

Shaping the Future of Ebenezer Keyes Conservation Area

We want to hear from YOU!   North County Land Trust is working with graduate students from the Conway School of Landscape Design to create a comprehensive plan for the… Read More

Community Foundation Awards NCLT Funds for Outdoor Community Engagement

“The Environmental Preservation and Animal Welfare Grant Program focuses on preserving and providing access to the natural beauty of North Central Massachusetts, as well as enhancing the welfare of domestic… Read More

Thank you to our Business Partners!

Visit our Business Partner Program page for information on becoming a business partner.