In 2019, Sandra Blackington and Cora Collins Kangas generously donated an easement on their 265-acre Rowell MacWilliams Woodlot. The property is located on the well-traveled Perkins Pond Road in Sunapee; however, since there is very little road frontage with the property, it remains wild and protected.
On the property, there are extensive wetlands that are part of the Ledge Pond watershed. Ledge Pond was formerly used as the source of drinking water for Georges Mills. The 2015 NH Wildlife Action Plan identifies this property as having valuable wildlife habitat and it has also been determined to have valuable forestry soils. There is a popular snowmobile trail crossing the Rowell MacWilliams Woodlot and the property will be open for low-impact recreational use.
Ledge Pond Brook runs through this property, which is primarily forested with a few wetlands along the brook. There are two cellar holes, a cemetery, and there is frontage on Dodge Pasture Road, which is a Class VI road.