Our Business Members & Sponsorships

Ausbon Sargent is grateful to have the support of many businesses in our region who choose to be members of the Land Trust and those that help with sponsoring some of our special events.

Below, you will see a list of local businesses/organizations who provide superior levels of membership giving in fiscal year 2024. Those who have given $500-$999 (Patron) and $1000+ (Benefactor) will be recognized in various e-mails and social media postings for the remainder of the fiscal year.

Businesses who have provided a sponsorship to an Ausbon Sargent event are listed below, and are highlighted in all print and electronic advertising for the event, and are recognized during the event, itself.

We are thankful for all of our business members and sponsors that give. Contact us today if you would like to renew or increase your membership, or learn more about sponsoring an event to receive special business recognition from Ausbon Sargent.

Benefactors ($1,000+)





Patrons ($500-$999)





Event Sponsors:



Business, Organization & Commission Supporters (under $499)

Allioops! Flowers & Gifts
Beechwood Property Mgmt., LLC

Bob's Beacon Marina
Carey Builders, Inc.

Charlie Mac's Pizzeria of Warner
Coldwell Banker, Lifestyles
Ecosystem Management Consultants
ERC Associates, PLLC

Friends of Mount Sunapee, Inc.
Gallup Trucking and Excavation
Greenleaf Irrigation
Jake's Market & Deli
Kayak Country Paddlesports, Inc.
Maloney Associates Insurance
Musterfield Farm Museum
O'Halloran Group LLC
Old Hampshire Designs, Inc.
Sheldon Pennoyer Architects
Stanley Farm Association
Sunapee Harbor Riverway, Inc.
Sunapee Senior Thrift Shop
Talbot Builders LLC
Walker Automotive Services
Weaver Bros. Construction Co.
Woodcrest Village, LLC

Associations and Commissions:
Andover Conservation Commission
Grantham Conservation Commission
Lake Massasecum Improvement Association, Inc.
Otter Pond Protective Association
Pleasant Lake Protective Association
Town of New London Conservation Commission
Town of Sunapee Conservation Commission