Summer 2017

  • Soaring and Exploring: Our Mission Continues--From our incorporation, when we honored Ausbon W. Sargent for his proactive initiative to save the New London Common by taking his name for the land trust, we have always moved forward in our mission.
  • Technology Provides a "Bird's-Eye" View--Read about Ausbon Sargent's commission of Peter Bloch and his EarthAerial Productions drone work to help us gather baseline information for many of our protected properties.
  • Land Conservation in a Changing Climate--Climate Resiliency mapping allows us to determine which parcels of land will be more resilient to the effects of climate change, another proactive endeavor at Ausbon Sargent.
  • Wendell Marsh Expansion--We are working with the Town of Sunapee to protect another 40 acres of the Wendell Marsh property.
  • We say "good-bye" to two special friends to Ausbon Sargent, Sue Clough and Steve Youngs.
  • Read about our two newest properties, Clark Woods in Bradford and the Brown Conservation Easement in New London.
  • Bringing Clarity to Your Giving--Diane Robbins, a member of the Ausbon Sargent Development Committee, helps readers to understand the difference between two of our major membership requests.

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