NCLT is facilitating the conservation 49 acres of watershed protection land in Ashburnham for the City of Fitchburg. Jane Kerlinger and Scott Sibary will place a Conservation Restriction (CR)on their land on Russell Hill Road which is in a source water area for the Lovell Reservoir in Fitchburg. NCLT worked with John Deline, Fitchburg Deputy … Read more
Growing Places and North County Land Trust Partner with Busy Bees Preschool and Neighborhood to Build Multigenerational Learning Gardens Growing Places (GP), partnering with North County Land Trust (NCLT), was recently awarded a $30,000 grant from the Amelia Peabody Foundation to work with neighborhood stakeholders, including Busy Bees Preschool in Fitchburg, to build a multigenerational … Read more
NORTH COUNTY LAND TRUST ACQUIRES NEW CONSERVATION AREA IN WEST GARDNER NCLT announced the acquisition of a new conservation area in Gardner that will be open to the public. The 157 acre property, located off Keyes Road and Princeton St in West Gardner, consists of a mix of woodlands, small ponds, an open sand lot … Read more
Thanks to the generous donation of Vern and Vikki Gaw of Sterling, North County Land Trust recently acquired a Conservation Restriction on 8 acres of land that will now be open for passive recreation. The Gaws donated their land to Sterling Land Trust who in turn, donated a CR to NCLT. Straddling the Sterling/Lancaster town … Read more
In June 2014, NCLT completed the conservation of 163 acres of land in Ashburnham and Ashby, within the City of Fitchburg’s northern water supply watershed. The City of Fitchburg now owns 110 acres of land for water supply protection. NCLT has acquired our newest public access property, the 53-acres Kirby Conservation Area in Ashburnham.