The Ausbon Sargent Land Preservation Trust is partnering with the Bradford Conservation Commission and the Rural Heritage Connection of Bradford to protect a 71.66-acre property on East Washington Road in Bradford, NH. This property is deemed ecologically valuable by the US Dept. of Agriculture and is within the Quabbin to Mount Cardigan (Q2C) conservation focus area of national importance. Comprised of a vigorous regenerating woodland area, this property is also valuable for the habitat it affords for threatened wildlife, especially many varieties of birds that are decreasing at an alarming rate in our region.. The benefits to surrounding watersheds and places like the nearby Abenaki ancient healing springs site and the Atlantic White Cedar bog and wildflower sanctuary, are also important. This property will also be open for low-impact recreational use. For more details about this project, or to donate please click HERE.
Ausbon Sargent Land Preservation Trust announces the purchase of their office building at 71 Pleasant Street in New London, NH.
The land trust has rented their current space since 2008 from owner Gavin Campbell. Campbell, owner of Gavin Campbell Construction, who had also given Ausbon Sargent the right of first refusal, will remain a tenant in the building, as will attorney, Mike Chiarella. Ownership of the building provides security for the land trust in that they will be assured of their base of operations for the foreseeable future.
The quality construction and ideal location of the office building will serve the land trust well for many years to come!
Ausbon Sargent has paired up with the reputable Lindblad Expeditionsto offer a once-in-a-lifetime adventure to the Galapagos Islands. Planned for November 9-15, 2023, there are just 20 spots reserved for ASLPT members and friends, aboard the National Geographic Islander II.
This trip includes all food and drink, excursions and equipment, and experts who will guide your experience throughout the islands, creating memories to last a lifetime. If booked by January 13, 2023, round-trip airfare from Miami to Galapagos is INCLUDED!
The opportunity is yours to take part in this amazing “Wild Galapagos Escape,” worlds away, while also supporting your local land trust. Your additional donation of $1,000 per person*, will help ASLPT to meet rising operating costs so that we can continue focusing on protecting the rural character of our region. ASLPT is grateful to take part in making “where you live” a place you always want to return to – even after a trip to paradise!
Check out our unique brochure to review all the details. Discover what to expect upon an adventure to this dream destination with Lindblad Expeditions at the lead. Our own soon-to-be Board Chair, Lisa Andrews, has already claimed two spots for herself! Wouldn’t you like to join her?
Remember: travel insurance is strongly recommended. One highly-regarded supplier is Redpointbut travelers are welcome to use other suppliers.
*The tax deductible donation of $1,000 per person should be sent to ASLPT separately and can be paid by cash, check, credit card or IRA distribution, as part of this fundraising cooperative.
Contact the ASLPT office at 603-526-6555 or email@example.com with questions regarding this gift.